The Commercial Center District used to be one of the hot spots in Las Vegas, but some people say it's not the same anymore. The I-Team looked into its decline and the efforts to bring it back.
Sunday service at Reflame Ministries is inside a strip mall. Lani Kahalehau and her husband have ran the church for eight years.
"It was just such a lively center," she said.
She recalls the Commercial Center District near Sahara Avenue and Maryland Parkway in its heyday, which she says was in the late 1970s.
"You can reminisce where we had the movie stars come, the showgirls," she said.
As the Las Vegas valley grew, places there shut down. Now, she says safety is an issue.
"I don't feel safe at all at night if I were to come here alone," she said.
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