Maddie White, FOX 5 Las Vegas

Maddie White

FOX 5 Las Vegas

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Recent articles by Maddie:

Woman gets high school diploma 42 years after graduating

A California woman finally got the high school diploma she earned 42 years ago. → Read More

Gym for Nevadans with special needs opens in Las Vegas

Nevadans with special needs are “hitting the gym” at a first-of-its-kind fitness center in Nevada, The Ability Center aims to improve quality of life through fitness. → Read More

ONLY ON FOX5: 9-year-old shares how she escaped her kidnapper in North Las Vegas with baby brother in arms

A 9-year-old girl in North Las Vegas is being called a hero after she escaped a kidnapper and carried her baby brother back to the 7-Eleven where they were abducted Monday night. In an exclusive interview, she sat down with FOX5 to share her story. → Read More

ONLY ON FOX5: 9-year-old girl carried baby brother to safety after North Las Vegas kidnapping, mother says

A 9-year-old girl carried her baby brother to safety after they were kidnapped in North Las Vegas Monday night, according to her mother. A suspect is behind bars. → Read More

When We Were Young Festival appears ready to rock Las Vegas despite some skepticism

Despite initial skepticism, the Las Vegas Festival Grounds and Live Nation now seem prepared to welcome guests clad in skinny jeans and black eyeliner for the first-ever When We Were Young Festival. → Read More

Housing stability is new focus for Las Vegas Justice Court, now overrun with eviction hearings

A new court-based program could help thousands of people avoid losing their home. But Las Vegas landlords are hoping the program also facilitates a quicker process for court hearings. → Read More

Girls basketball players in Las Vegas inspired by Aces championship, discuss influence on future generations

After the Las Vegas Aces won the WNBA championship in Connecticut on Sunday, young women on a high school basketball team in Las Vegas shared with FOX5 what it means to them to watch their hometown team win the WNBA championship. → Read More

Prosecutors: DNA under journalist’s fingernails led to arrest of Clark County official

Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles made his first court appearance Thursday in connection with the death of a journalist. → Read More

Fast-growing Las Vegas to get construction-focused high school

Construction professions are plentiful, often lucrative and in high-demand in the quickly-growing Las Vegas valley. In response to that, a new trades school is being developed in the valley -- a charter high school -- that aims to expose students to careers in construction. → Read More

CCSD tells teachers to ‘open doors to outside’ for improving ventilation, causing security concerns

Teachers are prepping their classrooms to welcome students in less than two weeks. As such, Clark County School District is advising staff on best practices for keeping classrooms safe from COVID-19 during high community levels. → Read More

Former Las Vegas strip club building sees third fire in 5 weeks

Around 7 a.m. Saturday, a blaze began on the lot of an abandoned, former strip club called Crazy Horse Too for the third time this summer. → Read More

Bringing down class sizes: The latest efforts to balance classroom ratios at CCSD

Education leaders in Nevada are pushing for smaller class sizes in Clark County School District. And with new laws in place as of July 1, changes are already underway this summer that aim to improve children’s public school experience. → Read More

Rejected applicants are getting calls from CCSD hiring staff, asking them to reapply for substitute jobs

You might remember earlier this year, when FOX5 spoke with licensed, highly qualified applicants who had been unfairly rejected for CCSD’s sub positions. We’re now hearing updates from those applicants, and it seems hiring staff are hoping they’ll give them another chance. → Read More

Clark County points to vote by mail system as reason for 10-day delay in Primary results being official

Clark County said in a Tweet Wednesday that results are not going to be official until June 24. Election Day was June 14. So what’s the holdup? Since snail mail sometimes takes a few days, the county is required to continue accepting ballots until Saturday, as long as they were postmarked by Tuesday, June 14. → Read More

Water waste patrol scans Henderson neighborhoods for multiagency conservation event

Henderson city officials, Las Vegas Valley Water District and North Las Vegas joined forces to scan neighborhoods in Henderson Sunday for their community-wide patrol day. → Read More

Las Vegas childcare workers leaving daycares and becoming private caregivers

One mother whose baby goes to an infant and toddler daycare in Henderson at a private educational institution told FOX5 that it has been a revolving door of staff at the facility as of late. She said three out of four of her child’s daycare teachers just recently quit. We caught up with one of those daycare teachers who quit, and she shared her reasons why -- and what they lend to the bigger… → Read More

CCSD announces raise in starting salary for teachers, a retention bonus for others

Clark County School District Superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara announced they will be boosting the starting salary for teachers. → Read More

Leaving Las Vegas? Here’s when the I-15 could be expanded at the NV-CA state line

Drivers on Interstate-15 heading south out of Las Vegas near the Nevada-California border saw a traffic delay as long as one hour and 15 minutes on Memorial Day. This led many frustrated drivers to question when exactly the I-15 would be expanded, as California officials promised last December. → Read More

In wake of Uvalde massacre, CCSD campus security comes under scrutiny

After the mass shooting on a school campus in Texas Tuesday, the security of Clark County School District campuses is coming under scrutiny. Here is what is being done to address campus security in Southern Nevada. → Read More

2 women shot, injured in west valley home early Saturday

A shooting at a home in the west valley left two women with leg injuries, Las Vegas Metro Police said. → Read More