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Health District launches restaurant inspection grade app
The Southern Nevada Health District has launched its restaurant inspection grade app for smart phones.
Fourth of July Activities in Las Vegas
All throughout the Las Vegas Valley, there will be events, parades, festivals, and fireworks shows in celebration of Independence day during the July 4 weekend.
Consumer Reports: The rise of superbugs
The next time you’re offered a prescription for antibiotics and ask yourself, “What harm could it do?” think about Peggy Lillis. Five years ago, the 56-year-old kindergarten teacher from Brooklyn, N.Y., was given the antibiotic clindamycin, which was supposed to prevent a dental infection. Video Video
DEATH PENALTY INVESTIGATION: Governor vetoes chance to get death penalty's cost in Nevada
How much does the death penalty cost in Nevada? Two years ago the state Legislature asked that question. Video Video  |  Document Death Row Statistics (65.0KB)
Clark County targets green pools
The public is being asked to help eliminate green pools by reporting this backyard blight to local code enforcement agencies.
FDA/USDA recall alerts
Food producers recall their products from the marketplace when the products are mislabeled or when the food may present a health hazard to consumers because the food is contaminated or has caused a foodborne illness outbreak.
Bike Route & Trails Map
Riding your bicycle to work improves your health, reduces congestion, and is good for the environment.
Redesigning the $10 Bill
United States currency — and the images of great leaders and landmarks they depict — has long been a way to honor our past and express our values. In 2013, we selected the $10 note for redesign based on a number of factors.
Unemployed veterans given better resources with new VA program
The Department of Veterans Affairs is undergoing a transformation and that includes a new national campaign to increase veterans' economic potential. Video Video
Summer day cooling stations activated in NLV
Due to excessive heat conditions in Southern Nevada, Help Hope Home has activated Summer Day Shelters for the homeless.  |  Document Summer Day Cooling Stations (717.0KB)
Sky lanterns will again grace the skies near Jean, NV for RiSE festival
Last year 20,000 lanterns flew above the dry lake bed as part of the breathtaking RiSE festival, and the organizers have announced that they’re going to do it again. Video Video
Help Marklen Kennedy and the cast of Texas Rising provide relief to Texas flood victims
Texas set a new rainfall record in May -- almost two times the state's average and the most in any month ever. Video Video
Vehicle Identification Number search site
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's new search tool lets you enter a Vehicle Identification Number to quickly learn if a specific vehicle has not been repaired as part of a safety recall.
Animal Foundation is at capacity, name your own price
The Animal Foundation is asking people to name their own price on rescue animals currently waiting for forever homes. The shelter is at capacity.
Job Opportunities in Las Vegas Valley
Here are the job opportunities available across the Las Vegas Valley.
Metro sets goal of one week without a homicide in 'Season of Peace'
It’s being called the “Las Vegas Season of Peace” and its goal is to achieve one week without a homicide in the area patrolled by the Metropolitan Police Department. Video Video  |  Document Season of Peace events (313.4KB)
Culinary Academy to begin providing lunches on Monday
The Culinary Academy of Las Vegas will begin its Summer Food Service Program starting Monday. Video Video
Ring of Honor Wrestling
Ring of Honor wrestling is synonymous with the best-in-ring action in the sport and is known for its athleticism and hard-hitting style.
Three Square Donation website
One out of six households in Nevada struggle with hunger. Every $1 donation equals three meals we’re able to provide to local families in need.
ShopSmart: Paying the price for ready-to-go meals
Pre-cut fruits, veggies, meats and freshly-prepared, ready-to-go meals have become big-business for supermarkets with markups on these items as much as 370 percent. How much more are you really paying and is it worth it? Video Video  |  Document ShopSmart prepared food chart (846.0KB)


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