Beth Fisher, ABC 13 Las Vegas

Beth Fisher

ABC 13 Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Beth:

Saluting retiring teachers in the Las Vegas valley

Today is the last day of school for Clark County School District students and staff. → Read More

New program helps local with Down syndrome to graduate UNLV

This Saturday, thousands of UNLV students will celebrate graduation. And one of those students is a trailblazer. → Read More

Free tutoring for all kids at Clark County Libraries

With the school year wrapping up in the next month, a lot of students are hitting the books for final exams and papers. If anyone needs help with any subject, the Clark County Library District will have teachers help tutor you for free. → Read More

Leaders in Training helps first-generation college students

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — College Decision Day is May 1 and a group of students who never imagined they'd be going to college now have multiple offers. They credit an after school program called " Leaders in Training . " Irving Pena has some big news, "I got a full ride to the University of Michigan this past weekend." College acceptance letters are pouring in for him and the other students who are… → Read More

Zappos helps at-risk Clark County schools meet basic needs

Online shoe and clothing retailer Zappos is determined to help students by opening up "Closets for Good" in some of Clark County's neediest schools. → Read More

Aspiring teachers moving to Las Vegas to fill teacher shortage

Educators are coming to Las Vegas from all over the world to help fill our teacher shortage. → Read More

Hope for Prisoners helping Nevada inmates with education

Some of Nevada’s top law enforcement leaders say educating inmates will make the community safer. → Read More

Clark County school program involves girls in tech industry

Girls can do anything, and yet the tech industry is still dominated by men. → Read More

Club Christ empowers urban youth through after school programs

When it comes to improving education, we can't expect the Clark County School District to do it alone. → Read More

Fusion Center in Las Vegas gets international attention

The next time you head to the Las Vegas Strip, police could be watching. → Read More

Become a Teacher: CCSD makes it easy to switch careers

Want to make a difference? Love working with kids? CCSD is helping educated professionals make move to the classroom. → Read More

Teach Nevada Scholarships make college free for aspiring teachers

Every year, CCSD starts the school year short hundreds of educators. That's why legislators set aside scholarship money to inspire change. → Read More

Zoology program at Hoggard ES brings science to life

It's a zoo at Hoggard Elementary school. In addition to the kids, 58 other species call the school home. → Read More

5 tips to help keep more money in your wallet

Here are 5 tips that will help you keep more money in your wallet this year. → Read More

Sex traffickers lure local teens using social media apps

It's the dark side of Las Vegas. And sex traffickers have learned they can reach beyond runaway teens into the bedrooms of kids in Summerlin and Anthem. And they're accessing your kids on social media. → Read More

Finding affordable preschool options in Clark County

You want the best for your kids but when it comes to preschool, paying for the best can be a burden. The Clark County School District has preschool programs at 219 of it's 230 elementary schools. But if that doesn't work, city leaders want you to have quality, affordable options. → Read More

Home construction in Las Vegas valley not keeping up with population growth, prices rising

A new report is giving us insight on why home prices in the valley continue to rise. According to real estate website Trulia, home construction is not keeping up with the rising population. → Read More

Doctors say there is an epidemic of nearsighted kids

If your kids suddenly need glasses, they're not alone. Doctors are seeing an epidemic of myopic or nearsighted kids and they're blaming it on one thing. → Read More

Doctors say there is an epidemic of nearsighted kids

If your kids suddenly need glasses, they're not alone. Doctors are seeing an epidemic of myopic or nearsighted kids and they're blaming it on one thing. → Read More

Savvy CCSD principal avoids cutting staff at middle school

School is about to start and some of our schools could look quite different this year. → Read More