The Aces brought home the first major professional sports championship trophy to Las Vegas, and UNLV sports management professor Nancy Lough said it is setting the tone for the future of Las Vegas sports.
Some parents and teachers are not happy about CCSD’s new grading policy. They expressed those concerns Thursday evening at the CCSD Board of Trustees meeting. The new grading regulations took effect in August 2021. No action was taken to change the policy at the meeting, it was a status check to find out how is the new system working.
Back in January, FOX5 showed you the newly renovated Courtyard Homeless Resource Center located on Foremaster Lane and Las Vegas Boulevard. A center where the homeless can go to do things like sleep, shower and get access to resources to help them get back on their feet.
Governor Steve Sisolak announced a free digital car Thursday that promises to help Nevadans save up to 80% on certain prescription medications. Once you receive your digital ArrayRx discount card, you can use it immediately at any participating pharmacy.
Several real estate agents in the valley are saying they’re being targeted by a man posing to be a wealthy homebuyer, but then backs out of deals leaving everyone scratching their heads as to who he is and what his motives are.
On National Opioid Awareness Day, one Las Vegas man is sharing his journey from addiction to recovery. As opioid addiction continues to claim lives in Las Vegas and throughout the US, September 21st is a day designated to support removing the stigma associated with opioid addiction and open lines of communication.
The Nevada chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving has added new staff and resources to aid a crucial, yet lesser-known mission across the Valley: helping victims and their families navigate the aftermath of DUI crashes.
For a while, it was valid to use Covid as a reason for new out-of-state residents not changing over their car registration when relocating to Nevada. The DMV here was closed from March 17 to June 14, 2020. And then people had to wait months just to get an appointment to visit a DMV.
A local elected official got court-appointed attorneys during his arraignment Tuesday in the stabbing death of a Las Vegas investigative journalist who wrote articles critical of him and his managerial conduct.