🌱 Fire Captain’s Dying Wish + Driverless Car Service


Hello, neighbors! I’m here with your Monday edition of the Las Vegas Daily, filled with all the local news you need to know right now. Here we are…

First, today’s weather forecast:

A thunderstorm in the afternoon. High: 98 Low: 86.

Here are today’s top three stories in Las Vegas:

  1. A fire captain who died in Las Vegas got his last wish on Friday. Captain Dennis Egbert was escorted to the back of a fire engine before being laid to rest. He retired from service in 1997 and was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2001. The escort was arranged by the Firefighter Memorial Transport organization. (News3LV)
  2. Is the current real estate market making you feel a bit overwhelmed? Patch and Redfin.com have partnered to create a useful list of the latest Las Vegas properties that have come on the market. Click to view the full property listing which includes property prices, photos and dimensions. (Las Vegas crest)
  3. A Las Vegas startup has launched a remote driver service. Halo.Car has launched its service that allows customers to rent a driverless car operated by a remote driver at the startup’s office. The vehicle can be called out to the customer’s location and will return to the office garage at the end of the trip. Click to learn more about the service. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Today in Las Vegas:

  • Individual IT help for adults At Centennial Hills Library (1:00 p.m.)
  • Monday cinema morning! At Centennial Hills Library (2:00 p.m.)

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You are officially informed for today! See you tomorrow for another update.

Dominique-Noelle Rafael

About me: Dominique is a self-taught UX/UI designer based in Princeton, NJ. She recently graduated from the University of Maryland last spring with a bachelor’s degree in information science. She is excited to start working on the Patch newsletter project this year!

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