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HENDERSON (KLAS) — In partnership with the Vegas Knight Hawks, HopeLink of Southern Nevada, and The Dollar Loan Center, the Henderson Police Department is hosting a back-to-school supply drive and
HopeLink of Southern Nevada kicks off the Celebrity Spin Zone for the month of July by raising money for their organization. For more information, visit link2hope.org or call (702) 566-0576.
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Lake Mead West Apartments are open and accepting applications for affordable units that start below $1,000 a month. A one-bedroom is leasing for $929. Two
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Homelessness has increased in Las Vegas and across the nation according to preliminary numbers from the 2022 Homeless Point-In-Time Count & Survey. An analysis of the
As the holiday season approaches, inflation and rising costs continue to affect too many in our community. While it’s true inflation decreased half a percentage point compared to last month,
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — HopeLink of Southern Nevada is soliciting donations for their 21st Annual Toy Store, held at The Crossing Midtown, a church near Sahara Ave. and Valley View
When Victor Cardenas’ husband Joey Cardona survived a cancer diagnosis three years ago, they decided to give back by decorating their suburban Henderson home inside and out with dozens of
Clark County is phasing out a rental-assistance program instituted during the COVID-19 emergency. After spending more than $375 million to help about 70,000 households facing eviction during the unprecedented crisis,
Links2Hope Golf Classic benefitting HopeLink of Southern Nevada at Chimera Golf Club on Friday, March 10, player check-in starts at 6:30 a.m., and shotgun starts at 8 a.m. HopeLink has
According to the 2021 Southern Nevada Homeless Census and Survey, there are 5,083 individuals experiencing homelessness in Southern Nevada on any given night and 13,076 Southern Nevadans — including families
Las Vegas has always had people experiencing homelessness. Every city has them. But there’s a twist now that we’re seeing throughout Las Vegas: more people living in vehicles. There are