After 48 years researching the mob, author and gaming consultant Bill Friedman knows the difference between “good hoods” and “bad gangsters,” and his new book “30 Illegal Years To The Strip” examines the differences between the two.
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Fewer U.S. hospitals are giving away free infant formula, a new study finds, a shift that may help encourage more new mothers to breastfeed.
Kids will be kids — it’s a phrase often heard as parents excuse misbehavior from their little darlings. It’s a cute adage, but can be harmful to your child’s behavior and development.
It was a hug kept on hold for more than 41 years. The hug of a mother and son whose lives were abruptly separated four decades ago.
You don’t have to go the fast-food route to celebrate National Hamburger Month. Here are five top choices.
Charlie Metzger’s surgery to give him a new urinary bladder played out like an anti-smoking public service announcement. But the four keyhole incisions created during the first case of robotically rebuilt bladder in Las Vegas belie the extent nightmare he has endured.
Ali Baba’s Lebanese food is authentic and for the most part skillfully executed. Figuring out the bill is another matter.
With as little as $200 in the bank at one point during the Great Recession, The Rock Christian Church managed not only to hang on, but to outgrow one meeting place and start saving for its own building someday.
Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of water park season in Las Vegas. Many turned out to Wet N’ Wild on Saturday to enjoy the park’s new slideboarding ride.
If you mentioned nuclear and Las Vegas in the same sentence 60 years ago, the conversation likely centered on the Nevada Test Site. Today, you just might be talking modern medicine.
As if the sneezing, congestion and runny nose weren’t enough, seasonal allergies often can bring with them red, itchy, watering eyes, too. What can you do about it? More than you might realize.
“Stress gurus” usually offer a simple — and patronizing — solution: “Relax.” It’s more useful to identify the fundamental sources of stress and deal with those.
Spring often is accompanied by the sound of sneezing. If wheezing joins that sneeze, it may not be just allergies — it may be asthma. The past three decades have witnessed a rise in asthma and allergies worldwide.
For its 16th location, Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar broke free of its California leash and came to Las Vegas.
On your next Delta Air Lines flight, sit back, relax and enjoy the safety video.
Li’ Shey Johnson is a woman on a mission. She’s out to see that those wanting careers in the hospitality, tourism and hotel industry get the head start they need to compete for those jobs.
Southern Nevada’s military honor guards can be seen at a variety of events around town. But their most somber — and, members say, most fulfilling — duty lies in offering final goodbyes to veterans.
The Nevada Blind Children’s Foundation benefit took place recently at Red Rock Resort.
Have you ever thought about becoming a better Mojave Desert gardener, being able to grow plants in your infertile, salty, high-pH soil?
With the arrival of warm weather and school almost out, this is the time to think about a summer visit to the cooler climates of Northern Nevada. One of the most stunning areas you can visit lies just east of Elko: the Ruby Mountains.
Thousands of participants tackled 45 challenges at the Badass Dash obstacle course that raised money for an autism support group at the South Point on Saturday.
If you think skipping lunch will get your body beach ready for summertime, think again.