With six months in the books, the investment community has clear picture of the casino industry in 2014. And Las Vegas is on an upswing.
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Annette Logan loves what she does so much that she even does it on vacation.
Job hunters need help but often don’t know how to ask for it. Three people who enjoy helping others succeed tell stories about how to position yourself for help.
It’s the big question on the lips of jumpy locals still snakebitten by a nation-leading housing bust. Have we recovered so quickly that we’ve created another bubble?
Downtown’s Turntable Health has used a team-based approach to improve primary and preventive care for patients of all ages, including those suffering from headaches and abdominal pain caused by stress and anxiety they feel at work.
Music blared from the speakers in the atrium of Blend DJ Institute on Fort Apache Road as DJ Presto One was busy in the back classroom working one-on-one with Ashli Holland or DJ Sypo as she’d rather be called.
Grass Roots juice bar opened on June 18 at the former John E. Carson building, serving up made-to-order nutrient-dense, whole food juices, smoothies, soups, whole food bowls and ice creams.
Total cost of the demolition of the Harmon Hotel, being paid for by CityCenter. MGM Resorts International has begun the year-long process of demolishing Harmon, the only portion of the $8.5 billion, 67-acre CityCenter development that never was completed. A judge May 5 approved the work.
A Las Vegas plastic surgeon says he will still help a 3-year-old Mississippi girl whose face was mauled by dogs, even after allegations that her family falsified part of her story that went viral.
Robotic surgery technology introduced in Southern Nevada a year ago is helping women carry their pregnancies and give birth safely.
Las Vegas may be known for its glitz, glamour and gambling, but Southern Nevada is also making a name for itself when it comes to another endeavor — medical research.
Southwest Medical Associates has turned to telemedicine to treat its patients when they can’t make it to the doctor’s office.
The semiannual mini-internship program sponsored by the Clark County Medical Society has provided insight into how the medical profession works and appreciation for what Southern Nevada has in terms of doctors.
No matter your views of the Affordable Care Act, when it comes to treating the mentally ill, Lesley Dickson says it should benefit Southern Nevada at a time it needs some help.
For Lesley Dickson and her profession, the job satisfaction comes from getting to know people and help them. That’s what drew Dickson to psychiatry and an advocate of the behalf of patients and the profession as executive director of the Nevada Psychiatric Association. The 66-year-old Dickson, who grew up in San Diego, worked 10 years as a
The expansion of medical care to the uninsured under the Affordable Care Act is exacerbating a longstanding problem in Clark County — a shortage of doctors that’s likely worsen.
Bankruptcies, transactions, new businesses
Since opening on Oct. 30, the bodybuilding.com distribution warehouse in North Las Vegas has showed monthly growth of 15 percent to 20 percent and has nearly doubled its workforce from 20 full-time employees to 37, according to the Ryan DeLuca, the company chief executive.
Howard Baron epitomizes many doctors in the medical profession in Southern Nevada — highly trained out-of-state residents lured here by the opportunity they saw in a high-growth region. The 53-year-old pediatric gastroenterologist grew up in Minnesota, where he went to medical school and did his residency in pediatric care.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority authorized spending $150,000 to fund and promote the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half Marathon on Nov. 16 in Las Vegas.
A revived master plan in Henderson continues to add to its roster of participating homebuilders.