After gathering for 10 years at Centennial High School, St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church has a sparkling new home in the northwest valley.
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After several months off to regroup, First Friday is back in downtown Las Vegas. Vendors and galleries opened in the downtown Arts District, and people watched as artists worked on murals and live performances filled the night with music.
Enrollment in Nevada's health insurance marketplace handily beat the totals of a year ago. Nevada Health Link signed up 88,145 customers, including 62,697 Las Vegans, in the open-enrollment period that ran from Nov. 1 through Jan. 31, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported Thursday.
Word is, people are going to be pretty focused on love this week because of some holiday based on an obscure Catholic saint.
Art With A Heart won't be a stuffy fundraiser, organizers said — although some attendees might feel a little stuffed afterward due to the array of restaurants offering food.
She's been around for a century, but Bertha Smith said she has no special formula for her longevity.
Traipse through a Las Vegas Chinatown back alley on a chilly January evening, and you might run into a dragon practicing its glide.
Looking at the cadaver in the gross anatomy class at Touro University Nevada, associate professor Emmett Findlay is prone to ask his students impromptu questions to challenge what they already know.
It was nearly three-quarters of a century ago, but Rosie Maruki Kakuuchi clearly remembers the fear that stemmed from the simple fact that she was a Japanese-American.
New vaccines for meningococcal type B and HPV and are among the updates to the immunization schedule published for children and adults.
Visitors to areas affected by Zika virus are being asked to hold onto their blood, for now.
Love has returned to downtown. Nova May, the artist who created the Love Locket at the Downtown Container Park, was on hand Thursday as people lined up to donate $10 to add locks to the sculpture. The event benefited the American Heart Association.
At one point he was homeless in the Pacific Northwest, being arrested for tagging trains and walls, but also painting model trains to make money.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
In every class, there are always a few kids you try to avoid. The know-it-all kid, for instance: Who has time for that? Or the kid who can't stop yammering or who can't control his temper: Why invite drama?
Friendship, affection, rejection, beauty, music, fear, longing and loneliness are among the topics Las Vegas native Tami Belt explores in her poetry.
Andrew Stauffer, associate English professor from the University of Virginia, plans to talk about the future of the reading experience during a free University Forum Lecture Series event.
Herringbone is from former "Top Chef" finalist Brian Malarkey, who also has Searsucker at Caesars Palace.
Health officials say a disease believed to have caused a major increase in birth defects among Brazilian-born babies is unlikely to flourish in Nevada, though travelers could bring it to the state.
Here are our picks for your best bets in Las Vegas dining in the week ahead.
It seems 2016 has barely started but already it's flying by. Mardi Gras is coming up Tuesday, although the parades and other celebrations start well before the actual day — on Jan. 6, or Twelfth Night, the 12th day of Christmas.
M Resort will begin its celebration of the Chinese New Year with a traditional good luck dragon and lion dance at 5 p.m. Monday.