State police see 'alarming rise' in fatal crashes on Southern Nevada roads
Last month, state police in Southern Nevada investigated the highest number of fatal crashes since May 2020.
Lombardo veto of rent stabilization for seniors may not bode well for other housing measures
Policy, politics and progressive commentary Gov. Joe Lombardo vetoed legislation offering one year rent stabilization for seniors and modest regulations on application fees on Thursday night, possibly casting a shadow on the prospects of other housing-related legislation still under consideration. He hasn’t taken any action yet on a slew of other housing legislation that have passed that would bolster tenant […] The post Lombardo veto of rent stabilization for seniors may not bode well for other housing measures appeared first on Nevada Current.
Homeless camp in your area? Someone in need? How to report it and get help for homeless
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - FOX5 has been hearing from frustrated residents across the Las Vegas Valley: there are growing homeless encampments in your area, trash, or people in need of help or resources. FOX5 took your questions to Clark County. QUESTION: If there’s a homeless camp or someone camping...
Former UNLV basketball recruit Zaon Collins to plead guilty in fatal crash, victim’s family upset with reduced charges
Former UNLV basketball recruit Zaon Collins waived his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday morning, more than two years after he was accused in a deadly DUI crash.
Lawmakers unveil plan for $200 million homelessness fund to service Clark County
State leaders are seeking to establish a wide-ranging homelessness assistance and prevention fund to build out supportive services in Southern Nevada through a project that could leverage as much as $200 million. The post Lawmakers unveil plan for $200 million homelessness fund to service Clark County appeared first on The Nevada Independent.
Induction ceremony honors leaders at Legacy Park
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Local African American trailblazers are being recognized for their lasting impact across the state. The Las Vegas community honored the third group of honorees at the Historic Westside Legacy Park on Saturday,. City Councilman Cedric Crear and Clark County Commissioner William McCurdy II joined in...
Finding foster families for teens a problem in Clark County
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — An influx of teenagers are now entering foster care and more than 300 families are needed according to Clark County. There are more than 3,000 children in foster care as stated on the county website and Patrick Barkley, Deputy Director of Family Services said as of Thursday, 661 are teens. While some are with relatives and foster families, there are about 30-40 teens at the Child Haven campus, a shelter, on any given day.
CCSD police cracking down on speeders in Las Vegas valley school zones
CCSD police are cracking down on drivers speeding through school zones as summer school sessions started across the valley.
State casinos for 26th consecutive month hit $1B in gaming wins; Clark County streak over at 11 months
Nevada casinos topped $1 billion in gaming wins for a 26th consecutive month in April, but a similar streak by Clark County properties is over at 11 months.
The top 10 places people in Eureka County are looking to buy homes
Stacker compiled statistics about where people in Eureka County are looking to buy homes using cross-market demand and monthly inventory data from Realtor.com.
CIS Nevada Helping Las Vegas Teens Get To Graduation Day
Communities In Schools of Nevada, or CIS, has been going the distance to help our local kids graduate high school. As we wrap up another school year in Las Vegas, we wanted to check in with CIS to see how the 2022-2023 year went. Communities In Schools of Nevada is...
UPDATE: Lombardo signs off on ‘historic’ $12B educational funding bill for Nevada schools
Just minutes before midnight, Governor Joe Lombardo signed Senate Bill 503 which will fund K-12 for Nevada through 2025. He also signed two school safety bills.
Why A's Las Vegas stadium gambit may be a losing bet: 'It's just nonsense'
Experts, locals wary of an A's-Vegas stadium deal as almost any other tourist lure – like another casino – would be more active than MLB stadium.
1 October Memorial Design Team Exhibit prepares to open
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — A new symbol to remember the 1 October tragedy is ready to open. Clark County is preparing to reveal the 1 October Memorial Design Team Exhibit on Monday. It features five design models to remember the events of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival tragedy.
Clark County Department of Aviation holds job fair
Las Vegas (KSNV) — The Clark County Department of Aviation is holding a job fair Thursday morning to hire almost 100 people for essential operational positions. More than 20 companies, including Southwest Airlines, will be conducting interviews on the spot. Positions will include custodial, maintenance, bag service, information desk services, and more.
Commissioner Jim Gibson accepts wager for Stanley Cup Final
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The battle for the Stanley Cup is fast approaching and all bets are on. Broward County Mayor Lamar Fisher shared the video:. The Florida official is issuing a wager for Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson. Gibson already responded and upped the wager. JOIN THE CONVERSATION...
‘We’re in war,’ After stabbing, meth in face, Las Vegas bus drivers fear for safety
A group of Las Vegas-area bus operators said they feel like soldiers in a battle they did not want to join amid an uptick in high-profile and violent incidents.
A’s leaders on hand to urge Las Vegas ballpark funding
With the end of the Nevada legislative session fast approaching, the Oakland A’s braintrust was on hand in Carson City to personally meet with legislators to urge passage of $380 million in public money for a $1.5-billion Las Vegas ballpark. Oakland Athletics owner John Fisher and team President Dave...
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