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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Staying Safe This New Year’s Eve

It’s that time again in Las Vegas: New Year’s Eve. Given that New Year’s Day falls on a Tuesday in 2013, there will likely even be more days of merriment and partying for the upcoming New Year’s celebrations. That’s because many revelers will celebrate on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday nights. As always, all of...

What To Do After an Auto Accident

With December drawing to a close, it’s often a time for reflection and resolution before a new year begins. This involves not only setting goals and objectives, but also taking steps to prepare yourself in case certain events take place. Keeping this in mind, now is a good time to go over what you should...

New Rules for Personal Watercraft on Lake Mead in 2013

Just like any new year, 2013 will bring with it a host of new laws for residents in the valley and throughout Nevada. One group of laws will directly affect recreation-seeking residents and tourists who like to visit Lake Mead. Starting on January 1, the National Park Service will outlaw certain types of personal watercraft...

Teen in Crosswalk Critically Injured

Teenagers get a lot of grief for not following the rules. In recent years, scientists have discovered that since the teen brain isn’t fully developed, teenagers are more likely to make riskier decisions. Which is why it’s important to recognize instances where teenagers actually do what is expected of them – and it’s so tragic...

Manhole Rehabilitation to Cause Traffic Delays on Strip

As Christmas approaches, many Las Vegas residents are rushing to get things done before the holiday arrives – like shopping for gifts, decorating homes, and buying food for family gatherings. Well, Clark County is trying to finish the items on its to-do list before December 25 as well – and that includes rehabilitating manholes. As...