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"Forever 2012: Fun, Fierce and Fabulous" Fashion Show March 5th

"Forever 2012: Fun, Fierce and Fabulous" Fashion Show March 5th

Join the women of the National Charity League at their annual fashion show this Saturday, March 5th- "Forever 2012: Fun, Fierce and Fabulous". During the fashion show, members of the NCL will be collection donations of school supplies, literature books, and funds to be donated to The Public Education Foundation, a non-profit aimed at improving Southern Nevada's Public Schools. Books will be donated to the Clark Country READS Book Depot, and school supplies will be given to at-risk elementary schools in Henderson. So come out and enjoy an afternoon of fabulous fashion for a good cause! The fashion show will be held at the Galleria Mall in Kohl's Court, and will take place at noon and again at 2pm.

SPRING FLING & “I've-Got-No-Fleas-On-Me!” Flea Market

SPRING FLING & “I've-Got-No-Fleas-On-Me!” Flea Market

Save The Date For Golden Retriever Rescue Southern Nevada 1st Annual

SPRING FLING & "I've-Got-No-Fleas-On-Me!" FLEA MARKET  


Donations are being accepted.  PLEASE drop off your treasures at our second drop off dates:

March 12 & 13 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Volunteers will be on hand to help you with your donations.


Anti-graffiti Artwork of Local Fifth Graders Unveiled on RTC Transit Vehicle

Anti-graffiti Artwork of Local Fifth Graders Unveiled on RTC Transit Vehicle

LAS VEGAS – The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) honored Krista Kachnik of John Dooley Elementary School as the grand prize winner of this year’s anti-graffiti art contest. Her winning artwork was unveiled on a 40-foot RTC vehicle before an audience of friends and family.

The RTC vehicle also showcased the artwork of first runner-up Fermin Perez of Ruby Thomas Elementary School. The students’ designs were selected as the top two finalists in the fourth annual art contest designed to educate local students that the difference between art and graffiti is permission.  

The RTC again partnered with the Southern Nevada Graffiti Coalition, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and Vector Media Las Vegas to sponsor the art contest. 

HOA Bill Targets Collection of Past Dues

LAS VEGAS -- A new bill aims to change the law for homeowner's associations, protecting board members and capping how much collections agencies can charge.

HOA's are non-profit boards made up of volunteers, and the only way they bring in money is from homeowner dues. But with so many people choosing foreclosure, HOA's are losing money.

The Senate Bill would ensure that HOA's get paid dues they are owed when a home or foreclosure is sold.

Most of the 42-page bill is the existing law that regulates HOA's. In testimony at the bill's introduction, supporters spoke along with opponents complaining about their HOA experience.

IRS offers Free File for People with an Income Under $58,000!

IRS offers Free File for People with an Income Under $58,000!

Up to 70% of Taxpayers are eligible to use Free File this year, an online Tax Service from the IRS. If one's adjusted gross income was less than $58,000, that person can use FreeFile through the IRS's website to prepare and file taxes electronically, for free! If people opt to set up their returns electronically with e-file, refunds will be electronically deposited within 10 business days. More information about Free File is available at www.freefile.irs.gov.

MJ's Bling & Bullies Fashion Show for Forecloused Upon Pets

MJ's Bling & Bullies Fashion Show for Forecloused Upon Pets

Support Foreclosed Upon Pets, which provides animal rescue, fostering, care, and adoption services, by attending the first ever Bling & Bullies Fashion Show!

Join us for this unprecedented diamonds and doggies fashion show to benefit Foreclosed Upon Pets (FUPI). Bo & Deemo show off the latest in canine couture.. as their runway bully breeds strut the red carpet in style!

Read more at the LVCC site

Handcuffed Suspect Takes Off in Henderson Police Car

HENDERSON, Nev. -- Henderson police say one of their cars was stolen and taken for a ride after a teen suspect got behind the wheel.

Henderson police were investigating a burglary and arrested a 19-year-old suspect near Green Valley Pkwy. and Corporate Circle on Wednesday morning.

Police report they put the suspect in the back of the car but he was able to get his handcuffed hands from behind his back to his front and climb into the front seat of the car.

Using GPS, police say they tracked the suspect and car and found both about two miles away. The suspect is now facing additional charges of escaping from police and theft.