Residents invived to review plan alternatives
Residents of the Las Vegas valley are invited to review and provide input on one of three proposed alternatives for the new downtown Las…
Drone racing takes place at old Western Hotel
Drones zipped around the old Western Hotel in downtown Las Vegas Sunday.
Art festival benefits CIDP foundation
A 12-year-old held an art festival Saturday to benefit a rare disorder that his mother has.
Fremont performers register online for spaces
Street performers interested in using the new performance spaces at Fremont Street Experience can now register online.
SPONSORED: More than 2,200 homeless Vegas youth
Las Vegas Sands and Sands Cares urge community to help Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth give teens a second chance
Graduation rates up in Clark County
Finally, some good news about our students in the Clark County. Graduation rates are up!
Youth attending leadership summit today
A group of remarkable teens will be getting together on Friday to talk about issues that most
SPONSORED: Sudden Impact, Soul Of The Community
The dents in one’s car or the problems in one’s life can never be too big or too small for the people at Sudden Impact Auto Body to fix.
Hyde Park Middle School needs contest votes
Hyde Park Middle School is one step closer to winning a $100,000 science lab makeover, through the Fab School Labs contest sponsored by the…
Student chefs take part in culinary competition
Teens from around the valley competed in Diced, a culinary arts competition.
Spring Valley HS selected as AVID School
Spring Valley High School has been chosen as an AVID National Demonstration School in recognition of its successful implementation of the…
Nevada prepaid tuition enrollment, Nov. 1
The Nevada Treasurer’s Office and the College Savings Board of Trustees have announced the 2016 open enrollment period for the Nevada…
Southwest Medical Associates adds doctors
Southwest Medical Associates is pleased to announced that they have added several doctors and healthcare providers to their staff.
Lung Force Walk raises thousands for research
The American Lung Association held its second annual Lung Force Walk Saturday afternoon.
St. Rose Dominican celebrates expansion
Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican’s Siena campus celebrated its new Dominican Tower with a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Henderson…
Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada to...
Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada (VMSN) is hosting its Seventh Annual Volunteers in Medicine Ball at The Venetian Las Vegas’…
NV's largest winery a short distance from Vegas
Did you know there is a winery only about an hour from the Las Vegas valley?
Many Vegas stores open for Thanksgiving shopping
Thanksgiving is no longer just about family, friends and food. It is also about shopping in Las Vegas.
SNV's leading tech professionals given awards
VEGAS INC and Cox Business recently celebrated Southern Nevada's greatest technical achievements at the fifth annual Top Tech Exec Awards…
12 days of Christmas scavenger hunt
A very different kind of 12 days of Christmas will be happening in the Las Vegas valley beginning Dec. 1.
13 Things To Do This Week for Nov. 27-Dec. 3
Info on Motor Trend Auto Show, women's basketball at the South Point, Dead & Company, Jefferson Starship, NASCAR After The Lap and more.
New location of Flame Broiler giving away bowls
The Flame Broiler recently opened its first location in Las Vegas and on Dec. 3, they will be giving away free regular-sized bowls to the…
Local restaurant offering to deep fry turkeys
Want your Thanksgiving turkey juicy inside and crispy outside and want to spend Thursday with family and friends?
Super Summer Theatre announces classes
Super Summer Theatre will soon be offering affordable performing arts classes at its studios.
Time to sign up for basketball at BGCSNV
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is now accepting basketball league sign-ups for children and coaches.
Brush With Kindness project in Henderson area
Wells Fargo and Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas completed “A Brush With Kindness” (ABWK) project earlier this month in…
Nellis AFB airmen give 1,900 books to students
Spread the Word Nevada and more than 70 Nellis Air Force Base airmen recently visited Manch and Lowman Elementary Schools and distributed…
Girl Scouts fall recruitment underway
Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada has launched its fall recruitment campaign to engage new volunteers and introduce more girls to scouting.
Vegas firefighters donate $5K to battle cancer
The Las Vegas Firefighters Local 1285 recently donated $5,246 to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Wynn LV, Habitat for Humanity rehab Vet Village
In honor of Veteran’s Day, Wynn Las Vegas and Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas joined together to help rehabilitate Veterans Village in…
Local woman to be honored as Vet of the Month
Roberta (Bobi) Pike-Oates of Las Vegas has been selected as Veteran of the Month for December by the Nevada Department of Veterans Services.
Attorney General launches military legal help
Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt announced the launch of the Office of Military Legal Assistance, the nation’s first…
Event starts conversation about redeveloping...
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A group of real estate and community officials are trying to turn around an older inner-city…
Habitat for Humanity's first 2-story home
Habitat for Humanity is taking things to the next level -- literally.
Family presented with new Henderson home
Lowe's and Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas presented its 103rd home to the family of Arturo and Maria Camarena and their five daughters on…
Las Vegas-area home prices up 10.1 percent in...
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Las Vegas-area home prices are up by double digits compared with a year ago. The Greater Las Vegas Association of…