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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
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Firefighters in Clark County's rural areas prepare for wildfires common to the region. Early preparation makes for a better response in the incident of a fire.
Gale Fraser, general manager for the Regional Flood Control District retires after more than two decades of service. Many leaders and citizens in the community paused to honor his work and his character.
Artists Justin Favela and Sean Slattery will welcome guests this evening at the Government Center Rotunda Gallery to talk about their exhibit currently on display. The free talk is open to the public and begins at 6:30 p.m. The exhibit connects the lives of Selena, Tupac and O.J Simpson.
Duration - 05:30
Local artists work takes shape along Maryland Parkway as part of the 7th series of ZAP Art.
The Giles Barcus House, originally built in Goldfield in 1924, is fully restored to when it was the antique Odd Shop near Hacienda Avenue. A great era to visit at the museum.
Government Surplus Auction self-help video in English.
Members of the Rogers Family, politicians, educators and businessmen came together recently to honor the late Jim Rogers by unveiling the Jim Rogers Way street sign now erected and bisecting UNLV and the Harry Reid Research & Technology Park.
Commissioners Steve Sisolak and Mary Beth Scow joined others to turn the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign blue at the beginning of March to bring awareness to Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
Road Kill Grill as seen on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives is now open at the Clark County Shooting Complex in the northwest valley.
Seniors at the West Flamingo Senior Center are artistic as evidenced by their most current exhibit, a poetry wall outside the center. The wall is a paper mural of their thoughts and feelings in words. The center offers a variety of senior programs year-round.
District G Commissioner Mary Beth Scow sits down for In Your Neighborhood to talk about art programs, the new Siegfried & Roy Park, the Maryland Parkway Corridor and more.
Commissioner Larry Brown's office partnered with Outside Las Vegas Foundation and more than 220 volunteers from Boy Scouts, MGM Resorts, the National PanHellenic Council, UNLV, United Way and our very own Parks & Rec to clean up around Lone Mountain and kick off a new Adopt-a-Trail program.
Duration - 01:20
The 2015 Mojave Max Emergence Contest is underway. Students across Clark County are invited to guess the date that the desert tortoise will emerge from his winter slumber to signal the onset of spring.
The 2015 Meet Your Customer Day was a huge success, connecting local small business owners to the County and helping them understand how to do business with the County.
Undefeated Welterweight Champion Jesse Vargas and five-time Light Welterweight and Welterweight Champion Zab Judah visit the County's Spring Mtn. Youth Camp to share words of inspiration. The pair are later recognized by County Commissioners for their community spirit.
The Clark County Museum is home to the history of citizens, present and past, of Clark County. The County takes in a variety of donations that help tell the story of how the County evolved.
Artist D.K. Sole presents her "or, Some Time Ago" exhibit of random materials manipulated into wire medium at Winchester Cultural Center Gallery Jan. 20 through March 13.
Carlos Santana Day was proclaimed in Clark County and on the famed Las Vegas Strip by Clark County Commissioners on Jan. 21, 2015. The legendary guitarist was recognized for his philanthropy to support education and youth in American and Mexico.
Duration - 03:10
Clark County Parks & Recreation offers fun and healthy classes like its Tai Chi course at its Cora Coleman Senior Center. Instructor Andy Pan works closely with students to give them the direction they need.
Duration - 01:41
The Clark County Marriage License Bureau issues the 1000th marriage license to a local couple. The Marriage License Bureau is open daily from 8 a.m. to midnight.