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Watch as In the middle of a Boulder City, Nevada council meeting, a battery inside a woman's purse exploded and caught fire. KSNV has the story. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews NBC News is a leading source of global news and information. Here you will find clips from NBC Nightly News, Meet The Press, and original digital videos. Subscribe to our channel for news stories, technology, politics, health, entertainment, science, business, and exclusive NBC investigations. Connect with NBC News Online! Visit NBCNews.Com: http://nbcnews.to/ReadNBC Find NBC News on Facebook: http://nbcnews.to/LikeNBC Follow NBC News on Twitter: http://nbcnews.to/FollowNBC Follow NBC News on Google+: http://nbcnews.to/PlusNBC Follow NBC N...
An audience member was treated for minor burns after an apparent battery fire started her purse ablaze at a city council meeting in Boulder City, Nevada.
A short introduction to Nevada’s state arts agency, its grants, programs and services.
Throughout Nevada, the folk arts are thriving, from traditional arts and crafts to some youve probably never heard of. In this episode of Exploring Nevada, in cooperation with Clark County Public Communications, well take a closer look into several of these art forms. Youll first meet Jeanne Harrah Johnson, who runs the Folklife Program for the Nevada Arts Council, to appreciate the significance and range of folk arts in Nevada today. Youll then see an excerpt from an award-winning documentary on a legendary Great Basin rawhide worker. Lige Langston buckaroo over the vast ranges of Nevada for years, fashioning his own gear out of hair and hide. His self-taught creations made their way into the collections of cowboys and the Smithsonian Institution alike. Youll next meet master weaver S...
One in five problem gamblers may attempt suicide. More than 75 volunteers walked to raise awareness of the impact of suicide on the lives and families of problem gamblers in 2013's state wide walk for suicide prevention awareness. This video shows how great this event was.
The video, recorded more than a year ago by a police car dashboard camera, was released Tuesday by Greene's lawyers. The same night, the Henderson City Council approved a settlement of $158,500 for Greene. His wife received $99,000 from Henderson, which is just under the minimum amount that requires council approval. Nevada Highway Patrol troopers also participated in the traffic stop but do not appear to kick or knee Greene on the video. The state has agreed to pay $35,000 to Greene for a total of $292,500 between the two agencies. http://www.lvrj.com/news/video-shows-officers-beating-motorist-in-diabetic-shock-138901274.html
Happiness is NOW (HIN) is a social youth movement to help those find their path to happiness. This interactive dance presentation creates positive energy, promotes the science of happiness, and speaks the truth about success. HIN demonstrates the importance of finding your PASSION in achieving ultimate HAPPINESS and redefining personal SUCCESS. "We're bringing HAPPY back!" Contact and Booking: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.happinessisNOW.org YouTube: happinessisNOW Instagram: happinessisNOWtour Twitter: @happyNOWtour Facebook: facebook.com/happinessisNOW LinkedIn: Happiness is NOW Inc.
This is a segment of the public comment period during the January 28, 2014, Modesto City Council meeting. If you are the speaker in this segment, and do *not* want it on YouTube, please write to us at: SpareWoodColony@aol.com However, this segment, and all the others contained therein, will still be available online on the city's website for public viewing. We reserve the right to not upload any, or all, segments contained herein, and do hereby state that the views expressed by the speakers in these segments don't necessarily reflect the views of those at Spare Wood Colony. www.SpareWoodColony.weebly.com
Frank Spady, Bob Groesbeck, and Larry Scheffler, founding partners in the Canada Nevada Business Council were invited as special guests of Marianne Matichuk, Mayor of Sudbury. Their visit included a visit to SNOLAB. CNBC is working closely with Sudbury to promote bilateral trade between Sudbury and Nevada.
Nevada City Clerk Niel Locke speaks during the public comment period of the Aug. 22, 2012 Nevada City Council meeting about his withdrawal of a resolution from the agenda that would have had his city claim the title of Companion City to Black Rock, the desert location of the annual Burning Man event. During the one week a year it would have been in effect, the resolution would have had no actual municipal ties as Black Rock is not an actual incorporated city, but a temporary gathering location in Nevada's Black Rock Desert during the annual Burning Man festival at the end of August. Locke withdrew the agenda item a few hours before the council would have voted on it amid a "firestorm" of opposition from residents, the Nevada City Chamber of Commerce and even some members of the council. To...
http://www.mytaxistory.com Alan Bredow, from Nevada Council of Blind Lions Club, speaks in support of Handicab during the public comment section of the March 24th Taxicab Authority meeting. --- We need your help! When: April 7th, 2009 @ 9:00 am Where: Nevada Taxicab Authority 1785 E. Sahara Avenue Suite 200 Las Vegas, NV 89104 WHY? The cab companies in Las Vegas are petitioning to have Handicabs application for a taxicab license denied. They say they are already meeting the needs of the Las Vegas senior and disability community and a new company is not needed. We need you there to tell them they are wrong. If we do not have a large turnout from the community, the Taxicab Authority will assume that the community does not care about this issue and Handicabs license will be refused wi...
The federal grant is $300,000 to help with filing fair housing complaints and investigations.
This Home Means Nevada video was created to update a series that was originally produced in 1986 by the Nevada Arts Council. This particular video features Bernardo Yanci of Elko and his love of Basque traditions and playing the piano accordion.