The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is partnering with State Farm Insurance to help parents supervise their teen drivers and prepare them for a lifetime of safe driving.
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There’s no better excuse to act like a kid than when the grandchildren come to visitduring their summer break, and Vegas has some amazing choices when it comes tofinding family-friendly activities that cross the generations.
Rev. Steve Willis uses humor on the sign outside First Christian Church on Rancho Drive to draw in new people.
“Hospice cares for body, mind and spirit,” said Chaplain Matt Matevelis, spiritual supervisor at Nathan Adelson Hospice.
Retired U.S. Marine veteran-turned-magician John Hamilton enjoys using his tricks to make students smile but also to talk about the importance of staying in school. But when he broke his front teeth due to grinding, a result of post-traumatic stress disorder, he lost his smile.
When mental health symptoms become too severe to handle, medication is normally an option. By teaming up with doctors and pharmacists, people may find the right treatments, but is there anything they should be aware of before turning to medication?
July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month and various organizations are highlighting the disparities diverse populations face when it comes to mental illness.
Sam Mazza looks forward to one thing every year: summer camp. Mazza, 15, has been going to the same camp, Camp Mend-A-Heart, since she was 9 because it’s the only camp that she and her family can trust to keep her safe.
Southern Nevadans have braved the oppressive heat to join other Americans with way too much time on their hands to chase Pokemon in parks, on city streets, in offices and wherever else the wily critters might turn up.
In the event of a pandemic or major earthquake, who deserves emergency medical care first: an elderly patient or someone younger?
Amazon says Prime Day orders rose 60 percent globally this year versus last year’s inaugural showing.
Camp Rhino opened in 2012 and offers obstacle training sessions for “American Ninja Warrior,” an NBC TV show, where men and women compete through grueling obstacle courses for a grand prize of $1 million.
Dogs, of course, have served on the battlefield for millennia, but history only remembers a handful of brave canine soldiers.
Local author Raymond Blackwood follows the transformation of Barbra Paige, a young widow who takes on the name Champagne Miller and goes on a quest for retribution and answers, in the crime thriller “Champagne Heights.”
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
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Federal safety investigators are asking electric car maker Tesla Motors for details on how its Autopilot systemworks and why it failed to detect a tractor trailer that crossed its path in a Florida crash.
Last summer, Amazon.com tried something new — It promised shoppers a Black Friday-like sale in the dead of summer, one that would only be accessible to members of its Prime program.
Subscription services are all too common in the age of constant connectivity. We have the option to subscribe to myriad services, from cable television and online gaming, to fashion styling and food delivery — and everything in between.
In order to provide a solid future for their children, Fabian Coleman and his wife, Nina, have saved money so he can go to truck driving school and buy his own truck. Now he worries that technology could end his dream and throw millions of truckers out work.
Shares in Japan’s Nintendo Co Ltd soared again on Monday, bringing market-value gains to $7.5 billion in just two days as investors cheered the runaway success of Pokemon GO — its first long-awaited venture in mobile gaming.
If your summer plans include spending time outdoors, then finding shade is essential — especially during the day when the sun beats down and temperatures rise.
Only last week I was accompanying a client on a walk-through of her new custom home that was in the final stages of being dry-walled. That’s always an exciting time for both homeowner and designer because many of the fundamental elements in the building and design process finally seem to materialize for the first time and suddenly the home is “there.” It’s real, three-dimensional and the room proportions are what they are — for better or for worse.