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The United States Census Bureau listed North Las Vegas as one of the fastest growing cities in America late in the 2000s. The city is located in the northeast corner of the Las Vegas metropolitan area. Surrounded by a beautiful mountain range and a desert valley, North Las Vegas enjoys sunshine 86 percent of the year, with an average daily temperature of 78 degrees. The North Las Vegas Airport (formerly known as Sky Haven Aiport) was established on Dec. 7, 1941 – the day Pearl Harbor was attacked in Hawaii.

Population: 224387
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North Las Vegas News
From storage incentives to rules on windmills, energy measures advance to governor

The Assembly passed the measures Monday to incentivize customers to install solar energy storage systems, research possible targets for utility companies to procure energy storage systems, and make it easier for residents to put up windmills. Assembly members also agreed with a Senate amendment to a bill that supporters say will help save energy and lower bills for customers, sending that to Gov. Brian Sandoval's desk as well.

Security guard shoots, kills gunman at convenience store

A security guard shot and killed a man who walked into a convenience store with a gun this morning and opened fire, according to North Las Vegas Police. The shooting happened about 5 a.m. at the 7-Eleven at the corner of Lake Mead Boulevard and Pecos Road, police said.

Fatal Shooting at 7-Eleven

North Las Vegas Police investigate a shooting inside a 7-Eleven convenience store at the corner of Lake Mead Boulevard and Pecos Road in North Las Vegas Monday, May 22, 2017.

Nevada's Green Rush: From Vote to Pot Sales in Record Time

Recreational marijuana sellers will be open for business on July 1-blazing speed when it comes to states' post-election legalization efforts. How did the home of Sin City do it? That's not high -perbole, either.

Senior-living facility may be built in North Las Vegas' urban core

A senior-living facility could be built on a vacant 18-acre parcel that was once home to a high-crime multifamily complex in North Las Vegas' urban core. The North Las Vegas City Council last week selected Sargem to develop the $60 million project, which calls for building 240 units, a park, a dining room and library within an area bound by Carey, West and Morton avenues and Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Two additional building projects approved for Southern Nevada

The Senate and Assembly budget committees have agreed to start planning for additional buildings at the College of Southern Nevada and the Nevada State College both located in Clark County. These two projects are in addition to the $346.2 million previously approved for the state's construction program for the next two fiscal years.

Former member of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus mourns its closing

Las Vegan Jon Weiss: "I want to scream from the top of my lungs how important this art is to America" Jon Weiss has a solid handshake and a personality as outgoing as the green sequin-covered tuxedo jacket he was wearing. Weiss has been a performer all his life and spent 25 years with the traveling Ringling Bros.

'Remember their names': Fallen officers honored at annual police ceremony

Hundreds of Southern Nevada law enforcement officers, family and friends gather at Police Memorial Park to honor the 47 local law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty, Thursday, May 18, 2017. Bagpipes sounded, officers saluted and guns fired in salute as about 50 fallen Southern Nevada law enforcement officers dating back as far as 1866 were honored Thursday night in the northeast valley.

Renewable-diesel manufacturing company plans Las Vegas operations

The former Bio Diesel Las Vegas facility on 5233 E El Campo Grande Ave., on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Bizuayehu Tesfaye Las Vegas Review-Journal @bizutesfaye The former Bio Diesel Las Vegas facility on 5233 E El Campo Grande Ave., on Wednesday, May 17, 2017.

Amazon Looking To Fill 500 Jobs In North Las Vegas

A picture shows the logo of the online retailer Amazon dispalyed on computer screens in London on December 11, 2014. Online retail giant Amazon scored its first ever Golden Globe nominations -- a breakthrough in its bid to catch up with streaming pioneer Netflix.

SWAT Standoff Ends Peacefully

A SWAT standoff has ended with a man surrendering to police peacefully. The man had barricaded himself inside an apartment near North Las Vegas Blvd and Craig, after he got into a fight with his girlfriend, and fired a gun at her inside a car.

Man shot dead outside North Las Vegas business

A 23-year-old man standing outside a North Las Vegas business was approached by a suspect and shot dead Thursday night, according to police. Officers were dispatched about 8:20 p.m. to a parking lot in the 2100 block of East Cheyenne Avenue, near Civic Center Drive, police said.

Box-beautification art project comes to Lone Mountain area

The utility box at El Capitan Way and Lone Mountain Road is seen April 30, 2017, another one painted by Spencer Olsen. The outdoor art was provide through a grant and will see dozens of boxes painted in the area.

Let's celebrate the hospitality workers who give Las Vegas its glimmer

It's National Tourism and Travel Week, and I'm guessing most reading this didn't know that any more than you knew Wednesday was National Receptionists' Day. Organized by the U.S. Travel Association, the annual celebration recognizes the billions of dollars and millions of jobs generated across the country by the travel industry.

Today in Las Vegas: San Gennaro Feast begins at Craig Ranch Park

For the 38th year, The San Gennaro Feast returns for five days through Sunday at Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas.

Southern Nevada Community Services Could Halt Without Federal Funding

Communities use those grants to shelter the homeless, build affordable housing and community centers, comply with Americans with Disabilities Act and more. But those funds could be in danger, as President Trump seeks to reduce the federal budget in fiscal year 2018.

Las Vegas school cancels classes for possible norovirus outbreak

Imagine Schools at Mountain View announced the school will be closed today and tomorrow as a precautionary measure due to illnesses amongst the students. It comes just days after Somerset Academy cancelled classes on Thursday and Friday to have the school disinfected and cleaned.

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