Nina Porciuncula, ABC 13 Las Vegas

Nina Porciuncula

ABC 13 Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Nina:

Inside by 9: Clark County brings back Halloween safety campaign

Halloween is a fun night especially for kids. But, it is also one of the most dangerous. → Read More

Businesses cash in on Area 51 hype

From beer to sandwiches, businesses are racing to cash in the alien craze. → Read More

New twist in NV Energy scam, Las Vegas businesses targeted

It's a new twist on an old scam with some very persistent callers on the other end of your phone. We're exposing what happens if you call these people back. → Read More

UPDATE: Memorial outside the restaurant of missing woman grows

Las Vegas police are asking for the public's assistance in locating the owner of a popular BBQ joint in Las Vegas. → Read More

Animal control in Boulder City removes 46 pets from mobile home

Officials in Boulder City report they have recovered numerous animals from a home located in the area. → Read More

Car thieves in the Vegas valley send ransom texts to owner

Callous car thieves stole a vehicle then started sending ransom texts to the owner. → Read More

Police: Man loses 4-year-old child during late-night alcohol run in Las Vegas

A man was arrested early Wednesday morning after he "misplaced" his daughter during an alcohol run. → Read More

Businesses look to recover after massive office complex fire

A massive fire burned for hours this Monday morning and caused road closures near Flamingo and Paradise. Business owners affected by the tragedy are left picking up the pieces but they quite aren't sure yet how to start all over again. → Read More

Report: Nevada ranks No. 1 in nation for transportation infrastructure

It can be frustrating but believe it or not, Nevada's transportation infrastructure is ranked No. 1 in the nation, according to US News and World Report. → Read More

Baby boomers becoming fastest-growing marijuana customer base

Marijuana has come a long way, from shady street corner dealers to lucrative businesses. And one of the fastest-growing customer bases has been baby boomers. → Read More

Baby boomers becoming fastest-growing marijuana customer base

Marijuana has come a long way, from shady street corner dealers to lucrative businesses. And one of the fastest-growing customer bases has been baby boomers. → Read More

Cold weather in Southern Nevada bringing out pests, parasites

The unseasonably cold weather in Las Vegas is bringing out unwanted pests. → Read More

New developments in Chinatown draw Vegas locals, tourists

Chinatown continues to boom with more restaurant and shopping plazas opening up. The area is now becoming more of an everyday destination for both locals and tourists from the Strip. → Read More

Healthy Nevada Project offering free DNA testing to volunteers

The Healthy Nevada Project is looking for 25,000 people to volunteer and give their DNA for a study. → Read More

Vegas police building relationships within Chinatown community

Las Vegas officers are building stronger relationships in Chinatown. → Read More

Can you afford to buy a home in Las Vegas right now?

For the first time since September, the median home price in Las Vegas has reached 300,000 dollars. But how much do you need to make to be able to afford buying a home at that price? → Read More

Nearly 800 homes, apartments could soon come to Centennial Hills

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Nearly 800 new homes and apartments could soon come to Centennial Hills in the northwest area of the valley. The Las Vegas City Council recently approved plans to build close to 800 homes and apartments on the former Great Mall of Las Vegas site near US 95 and the 215 beltway. This new project which is a sign of our fast-growing home building industry. But it is getting mixed… → Read More

Local TSA agents help each other out during government shutdown

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — We are now entering day 32 of the government shutdown and the impact it is having on airports is growing each day. On Sunday, 10% of TSA workers nationwide called in sick because they are not getting paid. That means longer wait times for people traveling. Many TSA workers say they have little money left for gas or ways to get to work while the agency says we are entering… → Read More

Local salons rethink payment policies after manicurist's death

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — We've seen it in the valley before -- employees who chase after people who rob them, Back in December a suspect pulled a gun on an employee who chased after him. And then, most recently the tragic death of a manicurist who was run over by a woman she chased after for not paying her bill. We're still waiting to see when Krystal Whipple will be extradited here to Las Vegas. The… → Read More

CES 2019: Latest tech on display at annual electronics show

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — It is now day 2 of the largest consumer electronics show of the year. CES is officially underway at the Las Vegas Convention Center. On Wednesday, 13 Action News got a closer look at some of the newest gadgets and other featured items for CES 2019. AerBetic by Aerbetic * Uses gas sensors from AeroNos to detect blood glucose levels * Connects to Smartphone App to Alert user and… → Read More