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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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Woman hit, killed while crossing North Las Vegas street identified

Witnesses said Danielle McClendon, 34, of North Las Vegas was hit by a red SUV shortly after 9 a.m. Friday as she crossed West Gowan Road at Martin Luther King Boulevard against a traffic light. A 34-year-old woman crossing a North Las Vegas street against the traffic light Friday morning was struck by an SUV and killed.

Man carjacks taxi, takes wild ride near downtown Las Vegas

A man carjacked a taxi, caused three crashes near downtown Las Vegas, attempted another carjacking and hitched a ride on the back of a semitrailer Saturday night, according to police. A man carjacked a taxi, caused three crashes near downtown Las Vegas, attempted another carjacking and hitched a ride on the back of a semitrailer Saturday night, according to police.

LGI Homes enters Las Vegas housing market

Texas-based LGI Homes has entered the Las Vegas market, offering homes priced in the low $200,000. LGI Homes closed on 102 partially improved lots in February at East Lake Mead Boulevard and Dolly Lane.

Charter opening prompts Clark County to delay new school

The planned elementary school in North Las Vegas was intended to ease overcrowding at existing schools in the area, but the charter school's unexpected opening relieved the problem before construction began. Rick Baldwin speaks during a town hall style meeting at Fremont Middle School in downtown Las Vegas on Tuesday, May 17, 2016.

Final arguments made in Air Force sergeant's murder trial

Attorneys made their closing arguments Thursday in the trial of an Air Force sergeant charged in the April 2013 shooting death of his wife - which North Las Vegas police initially ruled a suicide. Jarom Boyes, left, a U.S. airmen accused of fatally shooting his wife Melissa Boyes, sits with his attorneys Gabriel Grasso and E. Brent Bryson as he listens to closing statements by the prosecution during his murder trial at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas on Thursday, March 8, 2018.

North Las Vegas OKs water, sewer projects for industrial sites

The North Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday night unanimously approved contracts aimed at connecting water and sewer lines to a pair of industrial areas. Faraday Future Vice President of Manufacturing Dag Reckhorn waits for others during the groundbreaking for the company's planned 900-acre manufacturing site in North Las Vegas on Wednesday, April 13, 2016.

Park safety again highlights survey of Las Vegas residents

The survey, which cost $25,000, drew responses from at least 150 residents of each of the city's six wards. They represent a range of ages, ethnicity and income levels.

Las Vegas libraries add free video streaming service

Las Vegans tired of paying for Netflix or Amazon Prime for streaming video now have a free option. The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District has added a streaming service with more than 30,000 titles available to library card holders.

Ex-Las Vegas police detective announces run for sheriff

A former Las Vegas police detective who said he supports the voluntary arming of teachers announced his candidacy for Clark County sheriff over the weekend. Martines, who was employed by the Metropolitan Police Department for more than two decades, is the third candidate to announce a run for sheriff, joining incumbent Joe Lombardo and former North Las Vegas police officer Tim Bedwell.

Student arrested for bringing BB gun to North Las Vegas school

Dean Lewis II was arrested on suspicion of possession of a dangerous weapon on campus at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas, school Capt. Ken Young said.

Embattled North Las Vegas constable among those seeking re-election

Candidate filing opened with a flurry of activity Monday, setting the stage for contentious primaries in a crucial election year. Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske spoke about how bills from the last legislative session will affect business owners during a luncheon hosted by the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce at the Gold Coast on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017, in Las Vegas.

Ross Dress for Less to open in downtown North Las Vegas

Ross Dress for Less will open Tuesday morning in a 25,000-square-foot space that once served as a grocery store at Fiesta Plaza in downtown North Las Vegas. Ross Dress for Less opens Tuesday in a 25,000-square-foot space at Fiesta Plaza in downtown North Las Vegas.

North Las Vegas officer who shot man in foot won't face charges

North Las Vegas Sgt. Michael Booker who shot a man in the foot on Jan. 3, 2017, won't face criminal charges because the shooting was determined to be accidental, according to a report from the Clark County district attorney's office.

Motorcyclist dies in North Las Vegas crash; streets closed

A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Sunday in North Las Vegas, police said. The crash happened east of Las Vegas Boulevard North on the 1400 block of Lake Mead Boulevard, near North Vista Hospital, police said.

CSN's Henderson campus grows with new provost, buildings

The Henderson campus of the College of Southern Nevada recently welcomed a new vice president/provost. It's the first visible step in the college's transition to a multicampus district model.

Education expert: 'No one wants to invest in deficits'

All the kindergarten students at Elizondo Elementary School eat lunch together in North Las Vegas on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011.

Woman with pickax arrested outside North Las Vegas elementary school

Police say a 33-year-old woman was expected to undergo a mental evaluation after she was arrested trying to climb the fence of a North Las Vegas school with a pickax in her hand. Officer Eric Leavitt said Wednesday that Kisstal Killough appeared to be under the influence of an unspecified drug and was threatening to kill people before she was jailed a little before noon Tuesday.

Student Arrested With Loaded Gun At Desert Rose High School

A 17 year old student at Desert Rose High School was taken into police custody after a loaded handgun was found in her purse, Thursday afternoon, on school grounds. The arrest happened at the school on Brooks Avenue near Commerce Street and Cheyenne Avenue in North Las Vegas.

Sheriff candidate says Metro should absorb CCSD police

A candidate for Clark County sheriff on Wednesday called for Las Vegas officers to police county schools instead of a separate school police department. Tim Bedwell, a retired North Las Vegas police lieutenant, announced his candidacy for Clark County Sheriff, marking Lombardo's first opponent in the long-uncontested race.

19-year-old held in fatal shooting during desert gun outing

Police say a 19-year-old has been arrested in the death of an acquaintance who police say was with him shooting guns and drinking alcohol this week in a desert area east of Las Vegas. Andy J. Soto Jr. was being held Wednesday at the Clark County jail in Las Vegas pending an initial court appearance on a murder charge in the death of 20-year-old Dylan Ray Martin of North Las Vegas.

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