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Students and teachers at Faith Lutheran Middle School & High School are getting a boost from the Las Vegas business community — a technological one at that. For more than a decade, the Faith Lutheran Business Advisory Council, a group that today comprises about 50 business leaders, has raised more than $450,000 to supplement the technology in the school’s classrooms.
A local high school community — and comedian Jimmy Kimmel — has reached out to the public for help supporting a Clark High School legend and his family after he was hospitalized in April with stage 4 lymphoma.
A now amended bill in the Nevada Assembly would lighten the proposed workload for doctors who prescribe certain controlled substances.
If you have trusted too much too often, if your relationship has become something that turns your stomach into knots, you might recognize several of the following warning signs that your partner is manipulating you.
While obesity is on the rise, so is another condition that seems to be its polar opposite: the disorder of eating too healthy.
Two Las Vegas teens were on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to talk about their prom experience.
Early adopters of the Apple Watch are complaining that a number of its key functions are disrupted by their tattoos.
Members of the First United Methodist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, found an 18-cent donation after Sunday’s service by a homeless anonymous giver, a note said.
With renewed interest in moon exploration robots might be the ideal solution and a German company has landed on the chimp as its model for unmanned lunar missions.
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Medical clinics across the Las Vegas Valley are performing treatments formerly available only in a hospital, driven by new technologies, patient demands for outpatient services and the goal of delivering the most cost-effective care.
When World War II broke out, Carmella Wood, who turns 93 this year, wanted to do her part.
Despite living in Nevada’s second-largest city, Henderson is still considered by its residents to have a small-town feel.
As Wonder Woman, Batman and Spider-Man roam the Children’s Hospital of Nevada at University Medical Center, 1800 W. Charleston Blvd., children and nurses stare in awe. The superheroes are there on a Saturday afternoon in April to fight the larger-than-life villain that follows children who are sick and stuck inside the hospital environment.
In recent years, population growth in developing nations has caused a lack of access to basic health care services for many people. This not only results in the general public’s poor health, but workers in the field are confronted with demanding jobs and low pay.
Las Vegas literary happenings this week include presentations by authors Jack Sheehan, Richard Silden and Nikkos Zorbas.
Sari Dennis conceived her children’s book, “My Little Dish, The Story of Your Creation Through In Vitro Fertilization,” in part to explain to her daughter, Rachel Lee, how she came to be.
Born a few days before the National Aeronautics and Space Administration began, Neil deGrasse Tyson likes to say he’s the same age as NASA. By the time he was 9 years old, he was “in love with the night sky” and at 11, he knew he wanted to be an astrophysicist.
Think it’s hard to redeem your miles for an airline award ticket? It depends on which airline rewards program you’ve chosen, which route you’re flying and when you book your ticket, according to a new Consumer Reports study of 70 million passenger trips over the past two years.