Ukraine and the media – Mary Blankenship, originally …
Ukraine and the media - Mary Blankenship, originally from Ukraine, working at UNLV
One local animal rescue is trying to save a dog from being euthanized however, their ties with The Animal Foundation have recently been severed. The rescue said they are no longer able to rescue dogs from the Animal Foundation, and now it wants answers.
Donating plasma is a great way to make money and help save a life at the same time. Here is everything you need to know about donating.
There is a critical and constant need for plasma donations across the valley. Dr. Mary Keen said the plasma collected at CSL's centers across the country is used to make medication for people with rare and often chronic diseases.
Additional security measures continue to be implemented along the Downtown Las Vegas area.
Metal detectors were recently added at the Fremont Street Experience entrances and on Wednesday, City Council voted to approve a new Metro police substation on Fremont Street too. https://www.8newsnow.com/news/local-news/new-las-vegas-police-substation-to-open-on-fremont-street/
If you're heading over to the northwest side of Las Vegas, you'll soon notice a gaming and entertainment destination catering to the Latino community. This new destination has been a vision of Fifth Street Gaming’s CEO, Seth Schorr, for 15 years and is finally a reality. "It's an incredibly underserved if not ignored part of our community and I think what we're doing here is really special," he said.
A trooper clocked a driver for going nearly 30 miles over the speed limit. The ticket would later end in a fine and no points on the driver's license. Less than a year later, that same driver caused a crash that left nine people dead, including himself.