Jaclyn Schultz, FOX 5 Las Vegas

Jaclyn Schultz

FOX 5 Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Recent articles by Jaclyn:

Proposed Nevada law could slap years of prison time onto sentences for sex traffickers

A proposed Nevada law would give sex traffickers years of prison time if they try to lure juveniles online and are caught by law enforcement posing as children. → Read More

Surge of interest in backyard chickens after egg prices soar, owners lay out the facts

Local chicken owners have seen a surge of interest in owning backyard coops since egg prices soared since the winter-- or, have increasingly turned to neighbors to ask for some free eggs. → Read More

New aviation training center opens in Las Vegas to aid pilot shortage

A state-of-the-art pilot training center has opened near Harry Reid International Airport to help thousands of pilots take to the skies every year. → Read More

1,500 more parking spots coming to Las Vegas airport after ‘unprecedented’ demand

More than 1,500 new parking spots are coming to Harry Reid International Airport’s Terminal 1 after officials described recent holiday demand as “unprecedented.” → Read More

Babies urgently in need of foster homes in Clark County

Clark County is holding emergency recruitment sessions to help alleviate a crucial shortage among foster families: homes available to take in babies. → Read More

What’s in store for Las Vegas in 2023? A look at notable forthcomings

2023 brings new properties, new residencies, and major events to the Las Vegas Valley. → Read More

Retired Southwest Airlines worker shows heart, volunteers to help reunite travelers with bags

A retired Southwest Airlines employee showed plenty of heart, volunteering at the baggage claim at Las Vegas’ Harry Reid Airport to reunite travelers with their bags. → Read More

Pedestrian deaths have been on the rise, Clark County study shows

Over the past few years, Clark County has had a rise in pedestrian crashes prompting officials to take a look at what’s behind the troubling trend and how they can be prevented. → Read More

Want to head up to Mt. Charleston? What you need to know before you go

Forest officials warn that families looking to flock to Mt. Charleston need to plan their visit in advance, and could face hurdles from overcrowding to snow restrictions. → Read More

First Las Vegas Strip musical launched post-COVID will end its run in 2023

After a hopeful and passionate three-month run, the first musical launched on the Las Vegas Strip after COVID-19 shutdowns will end its rock-filled Meatloaf music extravaganza “Bat Out Of Hell” on January 1. → Read More

2 teachers assaulted at North Las Vegas high school, staff members say

Staff members at Legacy High School tell FOX5 that two teachers were assaulted and one was badly beaten, as Clark County School District officials confirm that three juveniles were arrested in a Friday incident. → Read More

Clark County launching ‘place of last consumption’ program to track DUI trends

Clark County is launching Nevada’s first “Place of Last Consumption” program to track where DUI drivers were served their last drink. → Read More

Inflation impacting recent Las Vegas tourism numbers and spending, UNLV researchers say

Millions of Americans have been tightening their wallets due to inflation, and Las Vegas researchers now have proof to show how it has affected tourism and visitor spending. → Read More

Start of construction on All Net Arena project in Las Vegas delayed

The start of construction on All Net Arena project in Las Vegas has been delayed. → Read More

Trading booze for bud: Las Vegas dispensary will give up alcohol license to open pot lounge

A popular Las Vegas dispensary and event venue plans to give up their alcohol license in order to open a cannabis lounge, where users can smoke and consume marijuana. → Read More

Clark County helps house over 2,022 homeless people in 2022

Clark County's “Operation: Home” program helped house over 2,022 homeless people in 2022. → Read More

Tiny home project for seniors gets green light in Las Vegas

A tiny home project for seniors in the City of Las Vegas was given the green light, and developers hope it could be a quicker solution to provide more residences in the Valley’s housing shortage. → Read More

Helping veterans get much-needed service dogs is a goal of Las Vegas nonprofit

A local nonprofit is helping raise funds for veterans in need of service dogs and raising awareness of the importance of service animals and working dogs in the military and law enforcement. → Read More

Sky-high Las Vegas Formula 1 hotel costs are no surprise to fan base of international travelers, high-rollers

The skyrocketing prices of Las Vegas Strip hotel rooms for the November 2023 Formula 1 race leave plenty with sticker shock, but are really no surprise to die-hard or wealthy fans coming from all parts of the world. → Read More

How did political campaigns get your phone number? How to stop pesky elections texts, calls

States like Nevada, where 75% of the Congressional delegation is on the ballot, has garnered national interest-- and big bucks from national donors. That cash infusion translates into the flurry of television, mail text ads straight to your phone. → Read More