KCLV Shows > Las Vegas City Scene
Description: This program goes behind the scenes of your city government at work, interviewing city staffers and partnership representatives about services and programs of benefit to you. New episodes of Las Vegas City Scene begin at 5:30 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month.
Host: Melissa Duran Length: 30 minutes
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On this edition of Las Vegas City Scene we take a look at the importance of organ donation and the hundreds of lives that were saved last year in Nevada. Nevada Donate Networks’ CEO Joe Ferreira joins us to talk about “Donate Life Month.” He also helps dispel myths surrounding organ donation.
Also, are you trying to figure out how to keep your kids busy when they are out of school for the summer? The city of Las Vegas has dozens of great opportunities to keep your kids active. Summer camps and swim lessons are open for registration in April. We take a look at what kinds of camps are available as well as the costs associated with these activities.
Adults are also being urged to get active as we prepare for “Bike to Work” month. A local biking enthusiast sits down with us to explain all of the benefits of leaving the car at home and riding to work.
We also have your responses to our Facebook and Twitter question: “What’s the biggest issue facing downtown?” Check out what other Las Vegas residents think during the “Social Scene.”
This month on Las Vegas City Scene we take a look at the latest identity theft scams hitting Las Vegas. Tax season typically means an increased effort by criminals to steal your money and personal information. The Attorney General’s Office has some tips on how to protect yourself.
Also, if you have aspirations to become a firefighter with Las Vegas Fire and Rescue, we have some advice from a recruiting expert on what to expect. Plus, we break down the Southern Nevada’s regional recruitment effort and how you can apply for the next round.
Finally, we are talking with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada. The organization has more than 500 children on the waiting list, waiting to be paired with a mentor. The need for “Bigs” is great here in Las Vegas, especially men. We show you how just a few hours a month can make a huge difference in the life of a child.