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The coronavirus has arrived in Nevada, triggering a mandate from Governor Steve Sisolak that all non-essential business
Housing advocate Arnold Stalk has packed his dreams into used shipping containers.
LAS VEGAS — A Las Vegas businessman plans to develop affordable housing units from the large shipping containers that are normally used to transport merchandise.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced homelessness assistance programs across Nevada will share more than $16 million in federal grants.
More than $13 million will go to programs in Clark County.
Statewide, 50 programs will receive funding.
The City of Las Vegas says it is doing the right thing by fining and potentially jailing homeless campers who refuse to stay in a shelter.
Nevada doesn’t make it easy for kids.
Las Vegas ranks 7th in the country for cities with the highest homelessness rates, according to a new study.
The Clark County Commission is one of the most powerful governing bodies in Nevada.
And it’s overseeing some pretty big projects in the Las Vegas area.
Beto O’Rourke’s run for the presidency had largely remained in the shadows of higher-polling candidates like Elizabeth W
Those who seek aid for the homeless, along with several homeless themselves, wearing T-shirts provided by the city, protested a city-borne proposal Wednesday that they say will criminalize street e
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California is giving cities and counties more power to speed up the building of supportive housing and shelters amid a homelessness crisis.
Many question whether the U.S. is ready to elect a gay president.
Nevada isn't an easy place to be a senior.
While affordable housing was once a draw, seniors are struggling to make rent, and some are forced to choose between food and housing.
Mid-mural with artist Tiki Jay One
Las Vegas has one of the highest rates of homelessness in the country, but that rate is going down.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Southern Nevada officials say a homeless count has found fewer people living in shelters or on the streets in 2019 than last year.
Clark County officials announced Thursday that the count conducted over two days in January recorded 5,286 people.