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Las Vegas protesters sound call for justice in fatal police shootings

Demonstrators stormed downtown Las Vegas’ First Friday issuing a call for justice and showing their solidarity with other “die-ins” staged across the country in response to recent officer-involved shootings in which African-American men were killed and law enforcement faced no consequences.

State, county work to resolve capacity issue at Child Haven

Nevada officials are working with Clark County Department of Family Services to increase Child Haven’s capacity for the second time in five months. Clark County’s emergency shelter for abused and neglected children saw its latest surge in population last week when it was housing 97 residents, exceeding its state-approved capacity of 70.

Sewell teacher surprised with $100,000 grant win

Third-grade teacher Brenda Moynihan came up with Sewell Elementary School’s idea for a Farmers Insurance grant and wrote a 30-page application to support her idea for expanding access to technology in the Henderson school’s community. On Friday, she found out she had succeeded.

Employees call for leadership with 3rd UMC CEO in a year

Clark County and University Medical Center officials are under additional pressure to lock a leadership team into place after the selection Friday of the public hospital’s third chief executive in less than a year.

Red Lobster patron fires warning shot to stop robber

A bystander armed with a handgun played a key role in stopping a Thursday night robbery at a Las Vegas Red Lobster, according to police.

Las Vegas may see rain Friday; warm temps to stick around

The sun began peeking through clouds over Las Vegas on Friday after two days of thick fog cover, bringing pleasantly warm temperatures throughout the day.

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