Those who've never wowed their loved ones with tales of turkey physical therapy at Thanksgiving, take a page from 17-year-old Rhys Bertschy.
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About 70% of all American women use tampons. On average, a woman will use between 11,000 and 16,000 tampons in her lifetime.
When Helen Stewart arrived in Las Vegas in 1882, she had no desire to live so far from civilization on the ranch her husband Archibald had acquired.
It's typically only a matter of time before people hear about the Las Vegas Avicultural Society while doing their homework before purchasing a bird.
Hundreds of Mormons plan to resign from the church in Salt Lake City this weekend at a protest against a church policy barring the children of married same-sex couples from receiving baptism, organizers said on Thursday.
All the cooking, cleaning, hosting, washing, baking, laughing and scrubbing is surely too much for one person to handle. Try giving your kids a little more responsibility and credit this year and see your to-do list shrink before your eyes.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
The Glittering Lights holiday drive-thru at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway opens to the public on Friday, but invited guests got an early preview on Thursday night.
After bedtime stories, Henderson resident April Awalt always told her son, Christopher, that she loved him to the moon and back. One night, he countered with "Mommy, I love you to the sun and back because it is farther."
Local author and College of Southern Nevada professor Laura McBride is set to talk about her novel "We Are Called to Rise" from 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 14 at the Paseo Verde Library.
At the beginning of the Civil War, many freedmen and recent-runaway slaves tried to enlist in the Army to fight for the North. There were laws against that kind of thing then, but after the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, the Union Army was open to former slaves.
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The thought of someone texting while behind the wheel of a vehicle is a scary thought no matter who it is. A local tech startup has created an app to help curb distracted teen drivers from utilizing their cellphones while operating an automobile.
What would you do to score the season's hottest Christmas gift? Lie? Cut in line? Knock down an adult? Push over a child?
When Charles Thompson checked into the hospital one July morning in 2011, he expected a standard colonoscopy. He never anticipated how wrong things would go.
When Troy Little took on the task of creating a graphic novel adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream," he was taking on not just a classic, but a favorite book by one of his favorite authors.
As companies like Postmates, GrubHub and Amazon PrimeNow continue to change the way Americans eat by offering restaurant-to-door delivery services, food chains are adapting to be apart of the growing trend.
Michelle Kolnik, AKA "Crykit", is a DJ, but moonlights as owner and creator of Crykit's Playhouse, an online thrift store boutique.
More than 100 women who thought they were protected from pregnancy by their birth control pills have filed a lawsuit against a manufacturer because the pills were packaged incorrectly.
Another national restaurant chain has picked Las Vegas to open its first location in the Western United States. This time, it's Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Luke's Lobster has opened a shack stand outside Fashion Show mall on the Strip.
It's beginning to look a lot like cactus. Or Christmas. Or Christmas cactus.
You an always gift someone a light bulb from the actual Welcome to Las Vegas sign, but why stop there when you could give them a true Las Vegas experience that could leave them with memories to last a lifetime. Breaking away from the traditional gifts of candles or Christmas sweaters, here are seven Las Vegas experiences you can gift this holiday season.
A small, experimental wearable device has moved a step closer to helping patients who rely on kidney dialysis, according to a report.