|Mob Museum to host Community Safety Forums
Beginning Saturday, January 17, The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, will partner with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and sponsor NV Energy to host monthly Community Safety Forums.
|Cold weather prompts warming stations to open Wednesday
With temperatures expected to be their coldest this season on Wednesday, warming stations will be open to the public during the day at various locations across the valley in an effort to move the homeless and other individuals out of the cold weather.
|More vehicles earn top honors from IIHS
This year, 71 vehicles earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's top safety pick.
|Radon Measurement/Radon Testing
Since you can't see, smell or taste radon, testing is the only way to find out if you have a radon problem.
|Metro Sexual Offenders Apprehension Program
The purpose of the Nevada Sex Offender Registry is to provide information to the public concerning the location of sex offenders within LVMPD's jurisdiction.
|Go Mount Charleston website
The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, also known as Mount Charleston, offers opportunities for year-round fun: hiking, camping, picnicking, plus winter snow activities.
|News 3 Series – Rape Crisis: Hope, Help, Healing
News 3 tackles the brutal crime of sex assault in our series, "Rape Crisis: Help, Hope, Healing." With 20 percent of women reporting sex assault at some point in their lives, this is an alert for anyone who has a mother, sister, aunt, wife or daughter.
|Rape Crisis Center website
The Rape Crisis Center for children and adults was founded in 1975 to provide comprehensive services to sexual assault victims and their families.
|City of Las Vegas sand bag locations
Sandbags are available for free along with free sand outside the City of Las Vegas East and West service centers.
The Safety Tat is a temporary tattoo that parents can share their contact information. If a family gets separated, a child can to show their tattoo to someone in charge.