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  • Duration - 10:26
    Jane Pike, director of Parks & Recreation, talks about County pools and all the services available to residents to help keep them cool and safe during the summer.
    Lawrence Barnard, chief executive officer for University Medical Center talks about the County hospital, the services provided, accredations and what is needed going forward to ensure the best care is delivered and UMC is viewed as part of the community.
    Clark County Parks & Recreation Department offers great opportunities to volunteer at its community centers across the valley. If you posses a talent that you want to share, just contact the Parks Department and get involved.
    Duration - 02:26
    July marks the onset of monsoon season and the concern for flash flooding. The Clark County Regional Flood Control District warns residents and motorists to take caution during this rainy season as sweeping waters can rise in a minutes.
    Students participating in the Clark County Summer Business Institute program painted a mural near the West Flamingo Senior Center to help eliminate grafitti that had covered the cinder-block wall and make the community more attractive.
    The Legal Aid Center recently celebrated the grand opening of a new building that allows it to increase services to those needing legal representation, but who otherwise couldn't afford it.
    Duration - 05:41
    Artist Alisha Kerlin features her 'Roadrunners That Won't Run Far" exhibit at the Clark County Government Center Rotunda Gallery through July 25.
    Duration - 02:14
    Duck Creek Trail is a new 3 mile area of trailhead that ends in the County's Wetlands Park. It connects residents to business and natural areas in the valley's southeast area near Boulder Highway.
    Duration - 04:44
    The Clark County Museum offers a wonderful main display that is always open to tourists and residents. The display captures the local history of Clark County and Southern Nevada as a whole. Learn about the settling of the community and how gaming became the focal point.
    Duration - 02:38
    The West I-215 Trail offers more than 5 miles of trail, providing easy access to commercial businesses, a great way to exercise at no cost and a convenient way to enjoy outdoor spaces!
    Volunteers worked nonstop this spring to erect an amazing playground at Child Haven, a housing facility for children in foster care. Watch this video and see it all take shape.
    Clark County Fire Chief Bertral Washington talks about the department serving the County for more than 60 years and what the department is doing to keep pace with the valley's growth.
    New traffic lights at Wet n Wild are just one Fuel Revenue Indexing project underway in the valley. By year's end, some 150 of 185 planned transportation projects should be in progress.
    The opening of the Cromwell boutique hotel, ground breaking for a new 20,000-seat arena, and work on Downtown Summerlin - home to a 125-store mall with restaurants - are indicators that the local economy is looking up.
    Duration - 01:48
    Twice each year North Las Vegas Justice Court Judge Natalie Tyrrell opens up her courtroom to a select group of C.P. Squires fifth graders to conduct court. The youth participate in a mock trial, hearing from Commissioner Lawrence Weekly, local attorneys and court administrators.
    Duration - 06:37
    The Clark County Museum features numerous exhibits like the one currently showing about refrigerators in the early 1900s. Learn about root cellars, desert coolers, the "ice box" and the introduction of the electric refrigerator.
    Duration - 02:00
    May is Tap Dancing Month and our Parks & Recreation Department is offering a wonderful selection of classes to teach people of all ages the art of tap dancing.
    Jazz in the Park's 25th season begins with Marlena Shaw Saturday, May 10, at the County Amphitheater. Gates open at 6 p.m. with a 7 p.m. showtime. Again this year young artists from the Las Vegas Academy will perform with Shaw, Jimmy Cobb, the Sax Pack, Randy Brecker and David Benoit. Check the County website for artist performance dates and times.
    Clark County Commissioner Chair Steve Sisolak joined MGM Resorts International executives to announce and breakground on a new partnership between MGM and AEG to build a new arena on the Strip.
    Artist Michael Barrett features his 'Memories for the Future' exhibit in the Government Center Rotunda through May 23.
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