Lauren Cahlan is no stranger to pageants. The Summerlin resident was named Miss Nevada Teen USA in 2008 and is gearing up for the Mrs. Nevada-America pageant on Feb. 28.
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The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners on Friday will take public comment on two controversial topics for hunters: drones and electronic guns.
As far as food holidays go, National Chocolate Cake Day is one that many can get on board with.
Teens who try electronic cigarettes may be more than twice as likely to progress to traditional cigarettes as their peers who haven't used the devices, a recent U.S. study finds.
The Oyster Bar, which opened Monday, offers the same type of seafood specialties as its sister restaurants at Texas Station, Sunset Station, Green Valley Ranch Resort and Palace Station, the site of the first, which opened 20 years ago.
U.S. researchers called on the World Health Organization on Wednesday to take swift action on the mosquito-transmitted Zika virus that is linked with thousands of birth defects in Brazil and is rapidly spreading in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Prices for coffee beans are at their lowest point in nearly two years. But don't expect to save any money.
K.J. Howe, whose business cards identify him as "professor of yeastology" at Grape Expectations Nevada School of Winemaking in Henderson, likens the process to putting together a good pasta sauce.
It's been a long winter, but First Friday is finally coming out of hibernation.
With Super Bowl 50 only two weeks away, it's time to start planning your game day festivities. To help you do so, Nielsen partnered with BARTENDr to track the most popular beer and alcohol across all 32 NFL fan bases.
iPhones are ubiquitous around the globe. But there's one huge difference: The price.
If no one in your house has an Amazon Prime membership, chances are that your neighbor does. Nearly half of U.S. households have an Amazon Prime membership, according to a report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.
Lately a few design houses have given a new life to this off-duty staple.
Two anti-abortion campaigners who secretly filmed a Planned Parenthood official discussing fetal tissue procurement used fake driver's licenses to enter the group's offices, court papers released in Texas on Tuesday said.
Wal-Mart and several major corporations are banding together to give 6.5 million bottles of water to students in Flint, Michigan.
America's job market will officially include Uber drivers and all other workers in the "gig economy" next year.
Runners in Alabama may have bitten off more competition than they anticipated in a race earlier this month.
A relatively new mosquito-borne virus is prompting worldwide concern because of an alarming connection to a neurological birth disorder and the rapid spread of the virus across the globe.
Vegas Voices is a weekly question-and-answer series featuring notable Las Vegans.
A federal judge ruled on Monday that developers building a replica of Noah's Ark for a controversial Kentucky theme park can use religious beliefs as part of their hiring criteria and still retain tax incentives.
Cuba's tourism industry is under unprecedented strain and struggling to meet demand with record numbers of visitors arriving a year after detente with the United States renewed interest in the Caribbean island.
If there's anything both sides of America's heated and polarizing gun debate may agree on, it's the need to keep firearms out of the hands of people with serious mental illness.
A new hospital model is coming to the Las Vegas Valley. Dignity Health, which runs three St. Rose Dominican campuses in Henderson and southwest Las Vegas, plans four smaller neighborhood hospitals across the Las Vegas Valley in the next two years.