Cross Memorials to Shooting Victims Move To Museum Next MonthIn addition to the crosses, the Clark County Museum is collecting tributes left in public rights of way in responses to the 1 October incident so that they can be preserved and catalogued.
Conference On Homelessness Inviting Landlords and Home DevelopersThe conference will feature presentations about homelessness in Southern Nevada, and incentive programs available to property owners who make units available to people experiencing homelessness.
New Playground To Open In Henderson NeighborhoodThe playground includes separate areas for younger children and teenagers, scaled for age and ability, and is open to the public year round.
Nevada Gets Millions In Additional Transportation FundsThe added spending authority will help fund road projects throughout the state, including improvements to Interstate 15 and the U.S. 93 Garnet Interchange in Southern Nevada.
Health District: September Is Nat'l Preparedness MonthIf an emergency were to happen, a family's emergency preparedness kit would provide them with essential items to sustain them while they sheltered in place, until help could arrive, or could be mobilized if they needed to evacuate.
Howard University's "Showtime" Marching Band Performing LocallyHoward University's renowned "Showtime" marching band will perform during halftime of the Unity Football game between Cheyennne and Canyon Springs high schools on Friday, September 1.
Helping Hands Of Vegas Valley Feeding Hungry SeniorsFor $20, you can feed a senior for a month through the Helping Hands Food Pantry, which is a partner agency of, and purchases food from Three Square Food Bank.
Hurricane Harvey Prompts Call For Southern Nevada DonorsUnited Blood Services is urging eligible donors in Southern Nevada and across the United States to give blood as soon as possible to help ensure patient blood needs can continue to be met despite the effects of Hurricane Harvey.
Expect Heavy Traffic In Las Vegas Area For Labor Day WeekendWatch for heavy weekend traffic from Friday, September 1 through Monday, September 4, in Southern Nevada. More than 300,000 visitors are expected in the Las Vegas valley during the holiday weekend.
Henderson Police Warning Residents About Workforce ScamPolice said the suspects held fake meetings in Southern Nevada between July 9 and August 5, 2017 for the purpose of gathering ID's and Social Security information.
Henderson Police Provide School Safety TipsHenderson police said there are about seven things drivers can do to keep children safe during the school year.
Local Housing Market Stays Hot This Summer As Home Sales RiseGreater Las Vegas Association of Realtors (GLVAR) reported that the median price of existing single-family homes sold during July through its Multiple Listing Service (MLS) went up to $260,000. That was up 10.2 percent from July 2016.