A Las Vegas designer offers tips for parents trying to carve out space for learning in their homes.
Carrie Roper is a producer with more than a decade of experience in television, digital, entertainment and production. Former credits include work with Los Angeles based companies such as JASH, MTV, Nickelodeon, and reality TV pioneers, Bunim-Murray. Carrie got her start as part of the Emmy-Award winning team at The Ellen DeGeneres Show where she spent six years traveling around the world filming segments under Ellen DeGeneres' production company umbrella. Most recently, she produced the Emmy-winning Las Vegas based entertainment show, More Access. Carrie is a Las Vegas native and UNLV graduate with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism. Carrie supervises, writes, and facilitates long and short form content with the RJ's taped and live programming.
As the clock winds down to the official start of school for most Clark County School District families, the topic of immunizations during COVID-19 is being raised.
Insurance brokers give advice on how residents and business owners can save money on simple adjustments to their policies.
First it was essentials like toilet paper and food. But now the most desired list of items during the pandemic include clothing, desks and fitness equipment.
Workforce Connections’ Mobile One-Stop Career Center, which is offering free one-on-one job search help, will hold two sessions over the next week at the Whitney Community Center.