A group of mosquitoes collected in North Las Vegas has tested positive for West Nile virus, and health officials have confirmed a West Nile case in a Southern Nevada horse.
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The head of the company behind “Pokemon Go” says more capabilities for the wildly popular smartphone game are coming, including the ability to trade Pokemon.
From spacious Mount Charleston cabin getaways to tranquil Lake Tahoe properties, Las Vegans know how to vacation home.
Luckily, getting in touch with your nap-loving inner child is nothing to be embarrassed about. In fact, some medical studies indicate there are health benefits to taking an occasional midday nap.
Unique experiences await visitors to Grand Canyon Caverns in northern Arizona, starting with a choice of five tours of the largest dry caverns in the United States.
More tech companies are on their way into Nevada. CAEK Inc is relocating their headquarters from Arkansas to Reno.
Verizon is buying Yahoo for $4.83 billion, marking the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet.
“Stop playing it safe and become a bit more daring.”
“Your home should tell the story of who you are and be a collection of what you love.” — Nate Berkus (1971- ), American interior designer and television personality
Q: When do you cut back summer tomato plants to get a second crop in the early fall? I need to know this and any special treatment needed, such as fertilizing, to promote new growth.
Let’s face it, we live in a throwaway society; take, make and waste. We buy, consume and throw things away all day long, every day. Recycling can be a popular green activity we can all practice in our homes.
A hospital operator with local facilities is developing microhospitals across the Las Vegas Valley, offshoots of a type of facility that’s become debated in parts of the country. Dignity Health, the not-for-profit company that runs St. Rose Dominican hospitals locally, broke ground on its third of four planned neighborhood hospitals this week near West Sahara Avenue and South Decatur Boulevard.
Roz Brooks started Vegas Roots, a community garden with U-pick vegetables and rentable plots, six years ago when she noticed a total lack of fresh home-grown produce for locals.
Southwest Airlines officials said a bad router and the failure of a redundant backup system led to the two-day systems crash that canceled more than 1,000 flights for McCarran International Airport’s busiest commercial air carrier. It took 12 hours to reboot 400 computer servers to get the system operating.
After more than 30 years, the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine will break most of its Southern Nevada ties as it undergoes a redevelopment plan.
Someone was casually looking through Google Street View when he spotted a spacecraft near McCarran International Airport. The spacecraft is an art car built to look like a “Star Trek” shuttlecraft.
Sagan Bocskor isn’t exactly what most people think about when they picture a Burning Man participant.
Henderson resident Jolie Brislin vividly remembers a time when she experienced hatred because of her religious beliefs.
When you walk through the lobby of the St. Rose Dominican Hospital-San Martin Campus in southwest Las Vegas on a Tuesday or Thursday, the smell will be unmistakable — in a good way. In an area that used to be a Starbucks, the hospital’s nutrition services whips up freshly baked bread.
Behind the buffet counter at Green Valley Ranch Resort, Sarah Jameson — known to her co-workers and regular customers as Mama Sarah — is cooking another round of Cajun-style crab legs. While people might be there to get a taste of her specialty, most are there simply to see her.
Las Vegas resident Betteann Meyers can trace her family history at least eight generations back. She fears that for the families of some deceased buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, locating their lost relatives might be not be as easy as it was for her. She fears that for families of some of the deceased buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, 1500 Las Vegas Blvd. North, locating their lost relatives might not be as easy as it was for her.
Ayele Amavigan was never supposed to get out of her village in Togo, a small country in West Africa. The odds were against her. But in 2013, the Spring Valley resident received her doctorate in education from Nova Southeastern University. It was a monumental achievement for someone who started school at 9 years old with limited resources.
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