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.
Blood Supply Is Dangerously Low In Southern NevadaBlood supplies in Southern Nevada remain at dangerously low levels, so United Blood Services is asking people in the Las Vegas area to give blood through the remainder of the summer.
Homeless Count Finds Nearly 6,500 On StreetsThe homeless count was done over two days and nights in January with the help of hundreds of volunteers.
Thousands Comment On Nevada's Gold Butte National MonumentMonday was the last day that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke took public comments on Gold Butte. Zinke asked for feedback on the monument and 26 others as part of a review about whether they were properly established.
Valley Health System Offers Flash Flood Safety TipsIt's officially monsoon season in the Vegas Valley and that's why Valley Health System is trying to spread the word and remind people about flooding during the summer months. From extreme heat to monsoon season, there are plenty of weather concerns during the summer months in Southern Nevada.
Pedestrian Bridge Opens Thursday In Las VegasThe Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) will open the east Tropicana Avenue pedestrian bridge over Las Vegas Boulevard between the Tropicana and MGM Grand hotel casinos.
Restaurant Week Hopes To Raise Millions For 3-SquareBeginning June 19, restaurants will create their own prix-fixe menu offered at price points ranging from $20 to $80, with a fixed portion of the proceeds going to Three Square and the fight against hunger in Southern Nevada.
County Offers Tips For Dealing With Excessive HeatWith an excessive heat warning in place from Saturday, June 17, through Wednesday, June 21, Clark County Fire Department and Emergency Management officials are reminding residents and visitors that our desert heat can pose serious health risks to the public.
Community Gathering On Memorial Of Nightclub ShootingThe Gay and Lesbian Community of Southern Nevada, whose sponsoring Monday nights memorial, ask for all to continue honoring the lives that were lost.
Councilman Barlow Joins Kids At National ParkProgram designed to give students the chance to experience national parks.
Las Vegas Mosquitoes Testing Positive For West NileThey were originally testing the bugs for Zika virus, but instead came back with positive results for West Nile. The tests came back negative for Zika.