A local woman who recently helped serve 13,000 meals to the less fortunate is now helping to remodel a local Boys Town. 8 News NOW rewards her efforts in Acts of Kindness.More>> A winter storm left a light layer of snow in some parts of the Las Vegas valley Wednesday.More>> Culinary union members are dealing with long lines as they re-enroll for health insurance. Around 55,000 members must show up in person at the union hall and the clock is ticking.More>> A Las Vegas woman is recovering after an attack by three pit bulls Monday night. The pit bulls killed Tracy Mischel's dog and bit her multiple times on the arms and leg. Mischel says some bites went to the bone.More>> Troy Brown Jr. is only 14 years old. He is yet to actually play a minute of high school basketball for Centennial High School, which had its season opener Tuesday night. Already his talent is catching the eye of big-time college programs, including the school right in his backyard. Scott Beamis introduces him.More>> Access to a convenience store on Rainbow Boulevard and Sunset Road is difficult due to a "No U-Turn" sign. A driver asks if the sign can be removed.More>> Hundreds of new jobs are coming to Henderson. A major national credit card company is opening a new call center in the city.More>> Low-performing schools face several challenges. Tonight at 5 and 6 p.m., reporter Patranya Bhoolsuwan talks to Education Secretary Arne Duncan about what can be done to overcome those challenges.More>> The Clark County School District is doing extra cleaning at five schools that were used during the National Youth Football Championship last weekend where around 100 people became ill.More>> The holidays are meant to be a happy time, but if you're not careful they can also be dangerous for your family this shopping season. From home invasions, car break-ins, and thieves stealing boxes, there types of crimes that pick up this time of year according to Metro Police.More>> U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan is visiting Las Vegas schools today. He is focusing on how to make college more affordable for students. Reporter Sharie Harvin will have stories at 5 and 6 p.m.More>> Residents of Rachel, Nevada -- the tiny town that became world famous because it sits on the doorstep of the Area 51 military base -- are on edge. Someone has been buying up property and they appear to have ties to the white supremacy movement.More>> Ne-Yo stopped by the 8 News Now studios on Wednesday to talk about his four-day "Giving Tour" and life growing up in Las Vegas.More>> Fans of 'Fast & Furious' star Walker pay respects; officials say speed factor in deadly crashMore>> Fans of 'Fast & Furious' star Walker pay respects; officials say speed factor in deadly crashMore>> Police are beefing up patrol looking for DUI offenders. It's part of a campaign to curb drunk driving deaths.More>> Police are beefing up patrol looking for DUI offenders. It's part of a campaign to curb drunk driving deaths.
The holiday shopping season is underway. If you are not sure what to get your loved ones this year, 8 on Your Side offers some shopping tips.More>> Multiple employees and managers at the Clark County family court are under investigation for allegedly covering up a sexual assault by a court marshal.More>> An estimated 20,000 street gang members and their associates prowl neighborhoods all over southern Nevada, the highest number for the valley yet. Metro Police said the number of known gangsters in Las Vegas has increased 10 percent in each of the past two years, and there are now almost 600 individual gangs.More>> A picture taken underneath a restaurant table cost a prosecutor her job for an alleged inappropriate relationship with a judge.More>>