Rachel Moore, ABC 13 Las Vegas

Rachel Moore

ABC 13 Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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  • ABC 13 Las Vegas
Past:
  • FOX 17
  • FOX 5 Las Vegas
  • WBTV News

Recent articles by Rachel:

Las Vegas camping gear shop shares first-time camper equipment

Campgrounds at state and federal parks in Southern Nevada are packed with campers each weekend as the weather warms up. Holly Priest is a long-time camper who lives in Las Vegas. She owns a camping consignment shop, Peaks and Pedals. → Read More

Animal Foundation aids in pet costs at Wednesday adoption event

Hamlet, a gray and white pit bull mix wines and presses his nose against the glass of his cage at the Animal Foundation. Soon, he could find a "furever home," during the Totally 80s Adoption Event on Wednesday. The Animal Foundation is waiving adoption fees on all large, adult dogs. → Read More

Las Vegas local Nicole Craig: Sharing the importance of fitness

Fighting for the future. An owner of a local boxing gym is giving back to the community through a series of classes and workshops. Nicole Craig and her team are mentoring kids and teaching them the importance of fitness and never giving up on their goals. → Read More

Money Talks: Finance expert warns of Social Security scam

A finance expert warns of new Social Security scam ahead of the tax filing deadline. → Read More

Bolden Little League games help reduce crime in Las Vegas

Stepping up to the plate, more than 100 kids and their families met with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department in the historic west side for opening day of the Bolden Little League season. → Read More

Money Talks: Costly mistakes to avoid when filing taxes

The deadline to file taxes is April 18, and for last-minute filers, a financial professional reveals some costly mistakes to avoid in Money Talks. → Read More

Silver Knights to make home debut in Dollar Loan Center arena

The Henderson Silver Knights will make their debut at their new home in Green Valley. The ice inside the Dollar Loan Center arena is ready for the Knights to face off against the Bakersfield Condors on Saturday at 7 p.m. → Read More

Local artists create prints for Sunflowers for Ukraine fundraiser

Several local artists in Las Vegas are sending their works to Victron Printing, an art-focused printing company raising money for charities in Ukraine. → Read More

Nevada Spelling Bee champion starts charity for seniors

A former Nevada Spelling Bee champion has a new project to combat social isolation among seniors in Las Vegas. → Read More

Las Vegas man in Ukraine seeks donations for Ukrainian orphanage

The founder and caregivers at an orphanage in Ukraine fear the children they serve will suffer as attacks in the country continue. → Read More

UNLV offers fast-track teaching program to assist with teacher shortages

In an effort to combat the Valley’s teacher shortage, UNLV has created the Paraprofessionals Pathways Project to get more teachers into schools throughout Clark County. → Read More

Equifax settlement to send free credit monitoring codes

Millions of Americans are receiving emails from Equifax with codes to activate free credit monitoring. It's part of the settlement in the massive data breach from 2017. → Read More

Valentine's Day inflation impacts small businesses in Las Vegas valley

As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is in the air but the price of flowers, candy and other romantic gifts is skyrocketing. Inflation is impacting the industry, and Las Vegas area business owners are having to offset their costs. → Read More

Las Vegas artist reflects on painting portraits of Black trailblazers

Joseph Watson says he was in disbelief when he was asked by the City of Las Vegas to immortalize African American trailblazers who helped shaped the valley. → Read More

Vegas educator promotes diversity, representation in children's literature

Shawna is the founder of B is for Black Brilliance an organization and a movement that promotes an array of positive black figures in learning resources for children. → Read More

Former Golden Knights return to Fortress in matchup against Rangers

The Vegas Golden Knights will host the New York Rangers at T-Mobile Arena Thursday night and in return face their former head coach Gerard Gallant and player Ryan Reaves. → Read More

'Street Barber' gives free haircuts to homeless

From living on the streets to giving back to the homeless community, Dana Canfield is the Street Barber of Las Vegas. He gives free haircuts to men and women living on the streets. His service is why he is January's Vegas Stronger Champion. → Read More

SNHD to give kids 5-11 COVID-19 vaccine Nov. 10

On Wednesday, the Southern Nevada Health District will begin administering the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine to children ages 5 to 11 following the CDC’s recommendations. → Read More

PBR straps up for final Las Vegas showdown

The Professional Bull Riders is strapping up to host its last world finals in Las Vegas starting Wednesday. → Read More

"Spider-Man" tours children's hospitals, speaks out on mental health

Walking through the halls of a hospital is a man with a heart of a hero. Ricky Mena becomes "Spider-Man" and he visits children battling terminal illnesses. → Read More