Shannon Moore, FOX 5 Las Vegas

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Past articles by Shannon:

Annual project aims to connect homeless with necessities

An annual project kicked off in Las Vegas on Tuesday morning with the goal of connecting the city’s homeless with everything from warm clothes to jobs. → Read More

Nevada board OKs licenses for Lyft, Uber to operate

Ride-sharing services Lyft and Uber got approval Monday as part of a licensing stage to allow the mobile application-based companies to operate in Nevada. → Read More

NV board OKs Lyft, examines Uber in application process

Ride-sharing service Lyft was the first of the major mobile application-based companies to get approval Monday as part of a licensing stage for alternative transport in Nevada. → Read More

Armed veteran guards Las Vegas recruiting center

Armed with a loaded shotgun and a .40 caliber handgun, a Las Vegas Marine veteran took it upon himself to stand guard outside of a military recruiting office. → Read More

Fort Apache bridge over 215 Beltway slated to open

A ceremony was scheduled Tuesday to open a bridge that stretches Fort Apache Road over the Northern 215 Beltway. → Read More

Las Vegas officers to be added to national memorial wall

A week after Nevada remembered the lives of two Las Vegas officers, a national memorial in Washington D.C. is preparing to honor the men. → Read More

Improvements slated for 14 miles of Flamingo Road

Nevada and Clark County leaders will mark the beginning of an extensive road improvement project that will affect 14 miles of Flamingo Road through the heart of the Las Vegas Valley on Tuesday. → Read More

New sheriff, new era: Metro swears in Joe Lombardo

The swearing-in of a new sheriff Monday marked a new era in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. → Read More

Driver in fatal hit-and-run expected to surrender Tuesday

An attorney of a woman suspected of fatally hitting a 63-year-old man before fleeing said his client will turn herself in to police on Tuesday. → Read More

CCSD begins school year with matters still looming

On Monday, summer vacation is set to end for more than 300,000 students in the Clark County School District as classes began for the new school year. → Read More

Strip tower demolition forces Harmon Avenue lane closures

The continued dismantling of the Harmon Tower on the Las Vegas Strip has forced drivers to redirect their commute Monday morning. → Read More

Clark Co. declares state of emergency for Mt. Charleston area

Clark County commissioners voted Wednesday to declare a state of emergency for a neighborhood at Mt. Charleston that was damaged by the latest round of storm flooding. → Read More

Video captures rescue of drivers from flood on US 95

Airmen from Creech Air Force Base were among the people that rushed to help motorists caught in rushing waters on U.S. 95 northwest of the Las Vegas Valley on Monday. → Read More

Nearly a dozen rescues made during storm at Lake Mead

Rangers at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area handled 70 distress calls, 11 of which required rescues, as storms built over the Boulder Basin on Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Las Vegas mulls more restrictions on Fremont Street alcohol

The Las Vegas City Council is meeting Wednesday to consider even more restrictions on alcohol sales along Fremont Street. → Read More

NV rancher Bundy in NYT: 'Are they better off as slaves?'

In an article posted on the Times' website on Wednesday, Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy effectively blamed African-Americans for willingly submitting to dependency on federal assistance. → Read More

IRS warning of tax season phishing email scam

Tax filers are being told to be cautious as a circulating e-mail attempts to draw personal information in a new tax season scam. → Read More

Animal rights group pushes to expose animal abusers

An animal rights group based out of California is working to create a nationwide database to keep pets out of the wrong hands. <br /> → Read More