Joe Moeller, 8 News Now

Joe Moeller

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Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Joe:

‘Pay didn’t go up, but rent did:’ Rental prices rising in the valley

Everything is beginning to cost more, from food to basic necessities, and now these rising costs are starting to affect those trying to find an affordable place to live. → Read More

UNLV students return with no vaccine mandate

Thousands of UNLV students returned to campus Tuesday for the spring semester. Despite a recent spike in COVID-19 cases and no vaccine mandate in place for students or staff, most were happy to be back. → Read More

Nevada Regents show support for university student vaccine mandate

As university students head back to class Tuesday, the board of regents is pushing for a vaccine mandate for them. → Read More

Neighbors concerned as police look for child luring suspect

Police need your help finding a man they say exposed himself to a child in the east valley on Friday, January 7. Police say they are patrolling this area more as they hope to find out who this man is before he acts again. → Read More

New COVID testing site in Sandy Valley opens up due to high demand

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A new mobile COVID testing site recently opened in Sandy Valley outside the library. Those waiting in line tell 8 News Now it was worth the drive to Sandy Valley than to wait hours in a car in a parking lot at a testing site in town. “All of the Southern […] → Read More

How does SNHD determine where COVID testing sites will be located?

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — 8 News Now met with people in line for their COVID-19 test on Monday afternoon. Brian Lane was one of many awaiting his test at the Centennial Hills YMCA. He told 8 News Now his wait time had reached three hours but he said he had no other choice but to […] → Read More

CES: Automakers go green with the latest electric vehicles

Automakers from all around the world gathered at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to show how the industry is going green with the latest electric vehicles. → Read More

Nevada to receive $285M settlement to fight opioid epidemic

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Nevada is set to receive $285 million to help in the fight against the opioid epidemic over the next two decades. The funds are part of a $26 billion settlement from major drugmaker Johnson and Johnson for their role in the ongoing epidemic. Garrett Hade told 8 News Now’s Joe Moeller […] → Read More

Several struggle with Pandemic Unemployment Assistance claims

Several individuals are waiting on the results of their efforts to appeal their cases in which they were denied from receiving Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) benefits. → Read More

Local dog boarding facility owner facing animal abuse charge

Criminal charges have now been filed after a woman says her dog died at a boarding facility in the northeast Las Vegas valley. → Read More

COVID-19 testing in high demand during holiday season

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — As Omicron concerns linger, more people are trying to make sure they don’t spread the virus. Last week the Southern Nevada Health District conducted 8,000 tests at its sites, which is up 3,000 tests from the week prior. The health district tells 8 News Now they are sending out testing results […] → Read More

Dog boarding concerns by customers after allegations pet became ill, died following stay at facility

Concerns are growing from other pet owners after hearing the story of a local family who alleges their dog died after being boarded at Paw Zazz Sitter a northeast valley facility that offers pet sitting and grooming services. → Read More

New growth, development near stadium expected following Super Bowl 2024 announcement

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The area around Allegiant Stadium isn’t exactly what you would expect to see around a stadium, as much of it is surrounded by commercial buildings. Since the announcement was first reported that Las Vegas would host the 2024 Super Bowl some have hope the area around the stadium will influence change […] → Read More

New 55+ housing development in NW valley selling quick

As Las Vegas continues to grow, a new master planned community is being built in the northeast corner of Kyle Canyon Road and US-95. → Read More

Visitors flock to Mt. Charleston following the season’s first snowfall

The cooler weather and snow were welcomed up on Mount Charleston as many people decided to take a drive to get a glimpse. → Read More

Valley home prices continue record growth

The las Vegas real estate market continues to set records. The average home sale price last month was $420,000. → Read More

Travelers speak out following negative COVID-19 test requirement for international travel

Beginning today, the Biden administration is implementing new travel rules to help combat the spread of the coronavirus. → Read More

Murder cold case solved after 42 years using DNA testing, genealogical work

Murder cold case solved after 42 years using advanced DNA testing, genealogical work → Read More

Summerlin residents shocked restaurant shooting happened in their neighborhood, victim identified

People who live near a Summerlin restaurant where a man was shot and killed Tuesday night were surprised it happened in their neighborhood. → Read More

Ongoing drought concerns bring water recycling to forefront in conservation effort

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — For people in Boulder City, Lake Mead is a part of life. Boulder City resident Donna Baker wakes up to the view every day. “What happens if the lake goes down even more? I have noticed the lake dropping quite a lot,” she says. It’s the constant reminder of the ongoing […] → Read More