NY doctor tests positive for Ebola

An emergency room doctor who recently returned to the New York City after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus, becoming the first case in the city and the fourth in the nation.

Contest and Promotions

Enter To Win
Rock of Ages
Enter to Win Tickets
KISS Vegas
KISS Rocks Vegas!
Enter to Win
Educator of the Month 2014-2015
Educator of the Month 2014-2015
Nominate your favorite educator now!
Golf Challenge
Golf Challenge
Pick your favorite golfer
Race to the Finish
Race to the Finish
Pick your drivers

News

Sports

Palo Verde sweeps state tennis titles

The Panthers girls dominated Douglas, and doubles teams helped the boys to a win over Coronado. Faith Lutheran girls and Clark boys win Division I-A titles.

Entertainment

American String Quartet deserves larger audience

The American String Quartet, arguably one of the world’s finest string quartets, gave a breathtaking performance Thursday at UNLV’s Doc Rando Recital Hall. It’s too bad so many valley residents missed it.

Business

Nation and World

Opinion

EDITORIAL: Former elected officials hoping to trick voters

Name recognition paves the way to elected office. Voters’ short memories sometimes come into play, too. Robert Eliason is hoping the former works in his favor in his campaign for North Las Vegas constable, and Lisa Brown is counting on the latter in her run for Family Court, Department T.

EDITORIAL: Implied consent

Drunken drivers and other dangerous criminals deserve to be locked up. But they also deserve every protection afforded under the Constitution. Arrests and prosecutions must not come at the expense of rights, and the Nevada Supreme Court last week made sure that’s the case for Silver State residents.

Life

View