Las Vegas, NV — Las Vegas expected to keep growing.
A southern Nevada program that helps homeless veterans get back on their feet is getting a boost from the U.S. Department of Labor.
Nevada’s demographer says the state’s population grew by 35 percent in the first 10 years of the century despite a trifecta of economic whammies and is projected to grow another 9.6 percent by 2020.
New census figures show Clark County’s population has passed the two-million mark.
In 2013, the population of Clark County is expected to reach two million.
Nevada’s population is estimated to grow over the next two decades.
Nevada is going to see it’s population drop 2.5% percent by the end of the year which is larger than the amount of people who left New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.