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Metro setting up homeless donation center aimed at safety

Impromptu donations tend to draw crime and littering, Las Vegas police said on Thursday, so they’re setting up a safe place for “well-intended citizens” to give face to face.

Boy Scout helps fulfill Ronald McDonald House wish lists

As part of a project to earn a merit badge on his way to becoming an Eagle Scout, 13-year-old Phillip Bouchard raised over $1,400 dollars in gift cards and cash donations for the Las Vegas charity that helps families with critically ill children.

17-year-old critical after being struck by minivan

A 17-year-old pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries Wednesday evening after he was hit by a minivan in the west valley, according to Las Vegas police.

Reader-submitted photos and adoptable pets, Dec. 11-17, 2014

View Neighborhood News readers send photos of their pets and everyday lives, and View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week. To submit a photo, email View copy editor Anne King at aking@viewnews.com or mail to View, C/O Anne King, 1111 W. Bonanza Road, Las Vegas, NV 89125. Photos cannot be returned, and due to the high volume, they are often scheduled a month or two in advance.

Healing her heart: Genetic condition had 17-year-old getting a pacemaker

Kat Doyle’s early life was filled with dancing and school activities, until the day she went to the doctor for pink eye at 17. The nurse practitioner who saw her noticed that Doyle had a heart murmur and ran an EKG. Doyle, who’d experienced moments of lightheadedness and heart arrhythmia, underwent open heart surgery and had a pacemaker placed in her chest.

City’s oldest mall takes new approach to tenant occupancy

When The Boulevard mall was purchased by a local developer in November 2013, he announced plans for a $25 million renovation and big changes. While many speculated what that would mean, few imagined it would entail locally owned businesses, government services and museums.

Literary Las Vegas: Nancy Nelson

“Part memoir, part travelogue, half serious, mostly true” reads the description on the cover of Stefany Holmes’ “Gone With the Whim: Leaving the Bible Belt for Sin City.”