Despite some early growing pains, city officials say the the facility is already beginning to make a difference in addressing homelessness in Las Vegas.
Social service providers can’t explain why the Southern Nevada Homeless Census found fewer homeless this year, but say that contradicts what they see from the trenches.
Two senior officials with Sen. Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign discussed the importance of Nevada as a diverse early state and shared some insights on the candidate’s preparations for the second national debate.
The units, converted motel rooms and apartments, will be filled on a case-by-case for up to a year by clients who also receive case management and supportive services.
Review-Journal editorial cartoonist and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Ramirez discussed his illustration process and journalism at FreedomFest, a gathering for conservatives and Libertarians at Paris Las Vegas.
The total of 5,286 people living in shelters and on the streets in Clark County tallied in January was the fewest since the county began counting the homeless in 2007.