MountainView Hospital announces $90M expansion

MMountainView Hospital on Monday announced a $90 million expansion project. The work will include the addition of 64 beds, the expansion of women's services, the upgrade of the neonatal intensive care unit, the expansion of the emergency department and a new medical office building.

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Los Angeles police hand out body cameras to first patrol division

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Police Department handed out body cameras to its first patrol division on Monday, putting hundreds of the devices on the streets of the nation's second-largest city in a roll-out of technology seen by proponents as key to building trust in law enforcement.

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UNLV will open challenging 2016 non-conference baseball slate at Texas

The UNLV baseball team will open its 2016 season Feb. 19 with a three-game series at the University of Texas to kick off a challenging non-conference schedule that also includes road games at Cal State Fullerton and San Diego, home games against Ohio State, West Virginia and Texas Tech and a home-and-home series against Arizona State.

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Los Angeles police hand out body cameras to first patrol division

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Police Department handed out body cameras to its first patrol division on Monday, putting hundreds of the devices on the streets of the nation's second-largest city in a roll-out of technology seen by proponents as key to building trust in law enforcement.

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Nevada's Education Savings Accounts imperil public education

Last month, the Annie E. Casey Foundation ranked Nevada's public education system 50th in the nation. This is no surprise. Our state has been at the bottom in education for at least a decade. According to the most recent Nation's Report Card, Nevada's school funding system is the nation's worst.

LETTERS: Dropping Dash Pass a dumb decision

The headline on John L. Smith's Dash Pass column read, "DMV's Dash Pass penalized poor, less tech-savvy" (July 25 Review-Journal online). If that headline were expanded, it might have read, "DMV's Dash Pass penalized poor, less tech-savvy, so instead we will cancel the service and penalize those who are up to date with current and affordable technology." After all, who doesn't have a cellphone these days?

EDITORIAL: EPA overreach is pond scam

The EPA has validated Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt's decision to sue the agency over its never-ending pursuit of expanded power at the expense of states and private property rights.

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Tackling chronic pain

Pain management is a basic human right – what can make treatment challenging is that others cannot see, feel or touch it. It can become difficult sometimes for those from the outside to believe, understand or feel compassion for those who are suffering, especially when it is a chronic, daily struggle.

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