President Barack Obama is set to declare the first national monument recognizing the contributions of the U.S. gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, the Washington Post said on Tuesday.
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“Better one safe way than a hundred on which you cannot reckon.” — Aesop, (c. 620 – 564 BCE) Ancient Greek fabulist or story teller, “The Fox and the Cat”
Walker Furniture will become the exclusive Las Vegas retailer for Donny Osmond Home brand furnishings. The grand opening for the gallery will be held on May 7 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. with Osmond doing a personal meet-and-greet autograph-signing session for fans from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., following the ribbon cutting in Walker’s showroom atrium.
Colorado’s tourists would be able to buy as much marijuana as residents, if a bill moving through the state Legislature passes.
Rep. Cresent Hardy said Friday he introduced a bipartisan bill to help save rural hospitals such as the one in Tonopah that closed in August.
Sports betting icon Bill Walters will roll the dice for the third time with industry leader Concierge Auctions, this time on the sale of his Henderson property overlooking downtown Las Vegas, which will sell to the highest bidder without reserve on April 30.
Digital TV listing company Rovi is buying TiVo in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $1.1 billion.
With all the good news coming out in recent years about vitamin D, you’d think that this essential nutrient does everything short of improve your golf game and give you minty fresh breath.
Art instructor Tony Cooper helped coordinate the “Maverick Country,” a hand-painted mural located on a concrete block wall that lines the Flamingo Arroyo Trail adjacent to Jerome D. Mack Middle School in Las Vegas.
The overall teen birth rate in the United States has reached a record low with Nevada’s largely plummeting birth rates mirroring a national trend, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Insurers will seek significant premium hikes under President Barack Obama’s health care law this summer.
Warm trade winds, swaying palms, crystal blue waters: There are several reasons why more than 8.5 million people visited Hawaii in 2015. As of December 2015, visitors spent an average of $197 per day, per person. For a family of four on holiday, the average can really add up.
A little more than a year ago, soon after Jina Umakanthan turned 11, she set out to make her daddy, Dr. Branavan Umakanthan, feel better.
From the beauty of the language to the lesson in the tale, audiences seem as enthralled as ever by William Shakespeare. We take a look at why.
Celebrity chef Mario Batali — sporting a pair of his signature orange Crocs — was joined by Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Congresswoman Dina Titus, and Amanda Hirsh, executive director of Books for Kids, at the March 29 opening of the new Books for Kids/Mario Batali Foundation Library at the Acelero Spring Valley Learning Center, 2845 Mohawk St.
When Las Vegas resident Lynda Tache’s son, Grant, was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, it changed her life. Once she came to grips with it, she started changing the lives of other families dealing with autism as the founder, president and CEO of the Grant a Gift Autism Foundation, named in honor of her son. The foundation plans its annual Race for Hope and Fun Walk for April 30 at Town Square.
Over 300 hot springs bubble to the surface across the Silver State, more than in any other state.
Nevada’s drone institute went above and beyond the call when it flew 28 successful takeoff-and-landing sorties during a simultaneous test April 19 at Reno-Stead Airport.
Health insurer Anthem aims to pull a small profit this year from the Affordable Care Act’s public insurance exchanges, and its CEO said Wednesday he’s “really glad” to be serving nearly 1 million people in this still-developing market.
An Apple Inc employee has been found dead in a conference room at the company’s headquarters in Northern California, police said on Wednesday, calling it an “isolated incident” that did not involve any other victims or suspects.
Every child knows that being just slightly outside of normal is way more interesting than doing things the conventional way. It’s more enjoyable, too, as you’ll see in “Normal Norman.”
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.