|Driver Authorization Cards information
Nevada residents who cannot meet the proof of identity requirements for a standard driver's license or ID card may be able to obtain a Driver Authorization Card.
|Online fundraising site for three girls hit by auto
Three young girls were struck by a truck while crossing a busy intersection on the night of Nov. 9, 2013. Help is needed with medical bills.
|Herbalife Practices hotline
Hispanic leaders are concerned that Herbalife’s practices are preying on a vulnerable population with promises of significant income. If you have had a bad experience with Herbalife, the number to call is (855) 501-5437. | Letter form Mo Denis to the Attorney General (328.9KB)
|Spread the Word Nevada
Books are truly magical. The goal of Spread the Word Nevada is to promote literacy and to make it possible for all of Nevada's children to experience the magic of books.
|CCSD Open Enrollment has begun
Open Enrollment provides parents of Clark County School District students with another choice.
|National Influenza Vaccination Week
The Southern Nevada Health District encourages everyone to protect themselves and their loved ones during the holiday season by getting flu immunization.
|If driving out of town, check conditions first
If you’re planning to drive out of Las Vegas on Saturday or Sunday, you might want to check highway conditions.
|Warming stations to open this week in Clark County
The cold weather predicted for this week is prompting the opening of warming stations for the public on Thursday, Dec. 5, and Friday, Dec. 6, in an effort to move the homeless and other individuals out of the cold weather.
|Nevada’s Sesquicentennial celebration
Nevada’s Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of Nevada’s admission to the Union, will provide opportunities for celebration and reflection as we come together statewide to commemorate our shared history and build a foundation of cultural appreciation for generations to come.
|Life after active duty
Life After Active Duty offers our troops and veterans hope. When troops and veterans honorably exit the military, many find themselves in unexpected situations and without purpose.