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Before 2021 is over, we want to take a look back at your TOP moments – the top ten stories you read and reacted to most on our website and social during 2021, starting with number 10 with Clark County Expands Who Can Get COVID-19 Vaccines.

 

  • 10. Clark County Expands Who Can Get COVID-19 Vaccines

    Earlier this year on March 2, all groups within Frontline Community Support and Frontline Supply Chain & Logistics were able to obtain the coronavirus vaccine in Clark County.

    Clark County Expands Who Can Get COVID-19 Vaccines
  • 9. MGM Resorts International to Get Rid Of Free Parking, Again

    MGM Resorts properties on the Las Vegas Strip implemented parking fees back in early June. Las Vegas locals do get the first three hours free. 

    MGM Resorts International to Get Rid Of Free Parking, Again
  • 8. Large Events, Gatherings Can Operate at 50% Capacity with State Approval

    The Department of Business and Industry approved for event organizers with more than 250 people can operate at up to 50 percent capacity with approval.

    Large Events, Gatherings Can Operate at 50% Capacity with State Approval
  • 7. Sports Betting Terms 101

    We bring you all the information you need before embarking on your journey into the exciting world of sports betting.

    Sports Betting Terms 101
  • 6. Advocates, 2 Women Sue In Bid To Close Nevada Legal Brothels

    Mid-September of this year, a national advocacy group and a Nevada lawyer have filed a sweeping federal lawsuit.  Their goal is to expose legal brothels for being dens of illegal sex trafficking and unconstitutional slavery.

    Advocates, 2 Women Sue In Bid To Close Nevada Legal Brothels
  • 5. Cashman Center Vaccine Site to Close May 5

    Due to a low number of administered vaccinations in early May, the staff at the Cashman site were transferred to the Las Vegas Convention Center or placed on teams that conduct vaccinations for harder-to-reach populations.

    Cashman Center Vaccine Site to Close May 5
  • 4. Las Vegas Metro Police Logged Thousands of Complaints

    Las Vegas police internal affairs bureau received more than 4,500 misconduct complaints combined in 2018 and 2019. A newly released report broke down the complaints. Reflect on what the numbers showed.

    Las Vegas Metro Police Logged Thousands of Complaints
  • 3. Raiders Say Fans Can Use 35K Parking Spots, Average Cost $75

    The Las Vegas Raiders tell fans that they have 35,000 parking spots within a mile of the stadium in nearby lots and garages. Parking and transportation plans are in the works for future games.

    Raiders Say Fans Can Use 35K Parking Spots, Average Cost $75
  • 2. Hawaii Detects Delta COVID-19 Variant In Vaccinated Resident After Trip to Nevada

    Back in the middle of June, an Oahu, Hawaii resident traveled to Nevada testing positive for the delta variant of COVID-19. Read more on further details from this story.

    Hawaii Detects Delta COVID-19 Variant In Vaccinated Resident After Trip to Nevada
  • 1. Las Vegas Police Find Dozens Of Boa Constrictors In Home

    30 boa constrictors were found in a Las Vegas home from Las Vegas police. Do you remember how the ruling played out? Click below.

    Las Vegas Police Find Dozens Of Boa Constrictors In Home