Ingrid I. Holm-Garibay was locked up for seven months in 1999 in the North Las Vegas Detention Center for working without the permission of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. While waiting for her political asylum request to be granted, she met Frank Darwin Alexander, an inmate sentenced to double life without parole for a litany of crimes including sending a bomb to the White House with the intent to kill then-President Bill Clinton.
The Clark County School District’s proposed budget reduction of $407 million will eliminate about 1,800 positions in the Las Vegas Valley, more than a thousand of which are teachers. In every case, it’s the new teachers who are the first to go. Principals districtwide expressed the same concern with the system, saying it’s not in the best interest of the kids.
Red Rock Resort, 11011 W. Charleston Blvd., is gearing up for its Friday night Red Rock ‘n’ Roll concerts. The resort is bringing top names to the Las Vegas Valley but with tickets prices that are more in tune with today’s economy: $30.
Whether it’s vagrants leaving trash or robbers out to make a score, crime comes with owning or operating a business, and the Metropolitan Police Department is out to help stamp it out. It offers three-hour seminars outlining ways local businesses can be safer.