|Voting in the June 10 primary election
If you are registered to vote in the Primary Election, Tuesday, June 10, you should have received a sample ballot from the Clark County Election Department.
If you cannot find your sample ballot, you can check the county’s election website to see if you are registered and to find your polling location.
|Summer youth camps offered throughout Clark County
Summer day camp programs are offered across the Las Vegas valley.
|Letters sought for Walker Furniture’s ‘Help for Heroes’ Program
Walker Furniture has launched a new program designed to help provide a better quality of life for wounded U.S. military personnel and veterans in Clark County, who are in need of specialized items not generally available through the Veterans Administration.
|Homeless, low-income families invited to resource event
Homeless and low-income families are strongly encouraged to attend the Family Connect Summer Resource Fair that will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, May 29, at the East Las Vegas Community Center at 250 N. Eastern Ave.
|The Douglas J. Green Memorial Foundation
The Douglas J. Green Memorial Foundation is dedicated to providing comfort and support to service members and their families through sending thoughtful and useful care package.
|American Red Cross ‘Everyday Heroes’ nominations
For the eighth year, the American Red Cross “Everyday Heroes Awards” will recognize people in the Southern Nevada community who are nominated by their peers, to be recognized for their selfless acts.
|Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation
Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation is dedicated to providing information and services that enable families, health care professionals, and the community to understand and meet the unique needs of infants and children who are blind or visually impaired.
|Las Vegas homeless intervention assistance
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, VA hospital and homeless advocates group are attempting to match homeless with potential housing. Video
|Southern Nevada American Red Cross
The American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. The easiest way to donate to Red Cross is text the word "redcross" to 90999.
|Baby Ivy's Fight to Beat Cerebral Palsy
Ivy is suffering from severe cerebral palsy which most likely stemmed from a cord injury at birth that caused a lack of oxygen to the brain. It is believed that her only hope for recovery is through Stem Cell Treatment Therapy which has an 80-85% success rate for infants like Ivy and around her age.