Maria Gibbons and Daniela Gonzalez of North Las Vegas, both 19, have been nearly inseparable since first grade. Their connection to Aliante Library later compelled them to create a diversity-inspired mural that now sits permanently inside the Kid’s Corner at the library.
Incumbent City Council members across the valley filed candidacy paperwork for re-election this week.
The nonprofit Vitalant, which strives to maintain a four-day supply of type O blood, had only about a half-day supply on hand Wednesday. Other blood types also are in short supply.
About 20 kindergartners through fifth-graders who won an essay contest about how kindness has changed the world received new bicycles Jan. 19.
Telephone scammers have been disguising their phone numbers by using the Metropolitan Police Department’s “828” prefix number in order to solicit or scam victims in the Las Vegas Valley, the department said Tuesday.
North Las Vegas police officers shot and killed a man Monday night after responding to a report of unspecified criminal activity, police said.
The Regional Transportation Commission is offering free bus rides to furloughed federal employees during the partial government shutdown.
Students at Scott Elementary School in North Las Vegas are allowed to deposit money into bank accounts via a program called Save at School.