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Saturday, December 20, 2014
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The five-star Clark County Shooting Complex now offers Baretta gun rentals. Baretta is the oldest gun manufacturer to date.
Enjoy the Clark County Museum's free 'Heritage Holidays' event Dec. 12-13, 5-8 p.m. This will be the only time when the public can visit Heritage Street at night to see the museum's unique collection of houses lit up for the holidays.
Duration - 02:27
A number of adoptions were recently finalized, leading to a celebration of Adoption Day.
Enjoy archery and 3D archery at the Clark County Shooting Complex. For more information, please visit the facility's Web pages on this site or call (702) 455-2000.
Duration - 09:55
Commissioner Lawrence Weekly, who was himself adopted as a child, discusses the local child welfare system.
Commissioners and southwest valley residents celebrated the opening of Phase 1 of Mountain's Edge Regional Park.
The iconic Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness. The sign also went purple in October to honor Domestic Violence Awareness.
Today is Election Day. 'Don't Lose Your Voice & Vote.' Rick Harrison from the popular TV show, Pawn Stars, and other local celebrities urge County citizens to vote.
Artist Dave Rowe talks about his exhibit on display in the County Government Center Rotunda Gallery through Nov. 14.
Clark County Commission Chair Steve Sisolak talks about new development on the Strip and across Clark County. The new AEG Arena, Rockin' Rio project and Summerlin Mall are part of the conversation. Hear more about what is coming to the valley.
Duration - 05:18
The sixth commission of Zap Art is visible around the valley. This special art project invites local artists to display their works on utility boxes throughout the County. The boxes feature a variety of concepts and themes.
Scott Hagen talks about trails around the valley and the ease and advantage they provide residents who want to combine exercise with accessing resources. Many trails are set in residential areas but provide access to commercial areas.
Duration - 02:03
Foster Friends is a new program that hopes to encourage citizens to become involved in the foster care process to help children in Clark County. Through the program, officials hope to engage various segments of the community in the campaign to improve the lives of County kids.
Organic Sculpture No. 1 by Luis Varela-Rico will be on display at the Clark County Government Center Rotunda Gallery through mid-September.
Clark County is now offering more healthy selections in vendign machines at its community centers across the valley.
Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and challenges the entire Board of County Commissioners as well as administrators at Andre Agassi Preparatory Academy.
The Clark County Museum keeps track of the history of Southern Nevada and sometimes to tell that story well, the museum takes in items and fully restores them. See some of these items soon by planning a visit to the museum.
County Commissioners and Three Square food bank officials flipped the switch Sept. 4 turning the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign lightbulbs orange in recognition of hunger awareness for "Go Orange Day." Three Square distributed more than 30 million pounds of food last year which equates to 25 million meals. Learn how you can help.
Clark County Summer Business Institute Class of 2014 partnered with Peggy's Attic and Child Haven this summer to provide less advantaged students with school clothing and other supplies.
Las Vegans joined Commissioners Steve Sisolak and Larry Brown at McCarran to welcome home the Mountain Ridge Little League baseball team. The team and Chet Buchanan will be at "The Green" at Town Square Saturday at 10 a.m. to celebrate the team's 4th place national position in the Little League World Series. Everyone is welcome.