Enzo Marino, FOX 5 Las Vegas

Enzo Marino

FOX 5 Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Enzo:

First Black-owned 7-Eleven store opens in Nevada

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- After a year of planning, the state’s first Black-owned 7-Eleven is open for business in Las Vegas. → Read More

Las Vegas police investigate if explosion was caused by illegal marijuana processing lab

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Las Vegas Metropolitan Police are investigating if an explosion near the intersection of North Nellis Blvd. and Gowen Road on Friday was caused by an unsafe → Read More

Skilled laborers in high demand in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Construction jobs in Las Vegas are available for anyone who needs a job. → Read More

Nevada hotline helps residents find COVID-19 vaccine appointments

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- A new state hotline for people looking to get an appointment for a vaccine appears to be working. → Read More

Improvements to Cashman Center vaccine registration improve wait times

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- People who got vaccinated at Cashman Center on Monday said the process was much smoother. → Read More

Las Vegas locals experience delays on vaccine appointment website

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- People reported experiencing long delays when trying to make an appointment for a vaccine on the Southern Nevada Health District website. → Read More

Multigenerational household in Las Vegas loses patriarch to COVID-19

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- A multigenerational household lost its patriarch on Sunday and is asking for donations to help with expenses. → Read More

Feral cats being used to curb rodent problem in Las Vegas neighborhoods

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Las Vegas homeowners are beginning to adopt feral cats as a way to get rid of rats that have migrated from the Las Vegas Strip into → Read More

Who can drop off your ballot? Las Vegas election officials weigh in

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- A social media post by a church claiming to be an official mail-in ballot drop off location caused confusion and concern among some valley voters. → Read More

Half of Las Vegas vaccine trial volunteers receive second dose

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Approximately half of the 490 vaccine trial volunteers in Las Vegas have received their second dose of the Moderna vaccine. → Read More

Mt. Charleston campgrounds packed ahead of holiday weekend heat

MT. CHARLESTON (FOX5) -- The Kyle Canyon Picnic Area on Mt. Charleston was full by noon Friday as valley residents rushed up the mountain to escape an excessive heat warning → Read More

Las Vegas school administrators going door-to-door to locate students

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- After two weeks of distance learning, tens of thousands of Clark County School District students are still unaccounted for and educators are now going to their → Read More

Housing market in Las Vegas primed for sellers

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Real estate experts say the housing market in Las Vegas is favoriting sellers as housing inventory dwindles. → Read More

CCSD support staff concerned about job security in online model

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- CCSD support staff are voicing their concerns about what is ahead for them now that district officials have decided to adopt an online learning model when → Read More

Attorney: 'Flood' of evictions expected in Nevada as moratorium expires

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- As the moratorium on evictions comes to an end on June 30, experts say a very high number of evictions are imminent. → Read More

Vegas visitors seek normalcy as casinos reopen

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Now that several casinos have reopened, visitors say they are coming back to Las Vegas not so much for the gambling, nightlife or fine dining, but → Read More

Travel advisory not stopping people from leaving for Memorial Day

PRIMM (FOX5) -- Despite a travel advisory still in effect, people in the valley are hitting the road Friday for the Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

Limits on meat products hit Las Vegas mom-and-pop butcher shops

Following larger grocery stores like Smith’s and Costco, local butcher businesses are now bearing the brunt of meat shortages and setting limits on certain products. → Read More

Mexican restaurants in Las Vegas prepare for Cinco de Mayo amid shutdown

After weeks of being closed, Taco y Taco on Pecos Road and Tropicana Avenue has reopened just in time for Cinco de Mayo. → Read More

Las Vegas Valley shoppers say PPE is littered around grocery store parking lots

Shoppers say they have noticed an increase in used latex gloves and face masks on the ground in grocery store parking lots. → Read More