At the order of District Judge Richard Scotti, robbery defendant Bayzle Morgan has been allowed to cover up tattoos that show he’s a neo-Nazi white supremacist. Taxpayer-funded makeup amounts to a bailout for his bad decisions.
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Poet Lee Mallory came to Las Vegas from California hoping to turn on Southern Nevadans to poetry. He’s performed in casinos, bars and coffee houses, believing that in these trying times poetry can mellow people out.
As the world waits to see if the entire Russian team is expelled from the 2016 Olympic Games, Las Vegan John “Jack” Spargo remembers how the Russians always did things their own way.
With research finding that the typical boomer feels nine years younger than his/her chronological age, it is not surprisingthat many of them opt for plastic surgery, a doctor says. Men are now becoming a much larger part of the cosmetic surgery market to stay competitive in the marketplace and to attract spouses after a divorce.
A math teacher who refuses to allow classroom time to be wasted also finds time to help students with challenges of poverty. Even though her students are often labeled at-risk, she has managed to raise test scores in math.
If there is no trust, blacks and whites will always face conflict. A schoolteacher and a journalist learned through their work that there are good and bad among both whites and blacks.
Former mayor and American Heart Association executive escaped Nazi concentration camps at age 7, says illegal immigrants deserve compassion.
A veteran Las Vegas financial planner says that people approaching retirement must plan to have an income stream that covers their basic expenses.
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.
Sister Mary Kieffer, an administrator at St. Rose Dominican Hospital-San Martin campus, says the listening techniques she learned as a bartender in both San Francisco and New York have helped her minister to people.
Marlene Drozd believes that illegal immigrants have to be dealt with. The plight of Karina Garcia — featured in a recent column — certainly inspires sympathy, but America has experience with this problem and Drozd believes we cannot forget that illegals are breaking the law.
The president of a Las Vegas institution, Anderson Dairy, used humility and kindness to achieve success.
A young mother who came to the United States from Mexico at age 2 is trying to officially become what she already considers herself: an American.
On February 27, 2008, after announcing at a news conference that tens of thousands of Southern Nevadans would have to be tested for hepatitis C and HIV, the young man who’d never been the focus of public attention would find himself thrust into the public eye for years.
As Lindsey Bisch painted a mural devoted to Dr. Seuss, his rhymes became so intense in her memory that she felt compelled to quietly recite them.
While vacationing in the island communist nation, Dr. Joe Iser, the head of the Southern Nevada Health District, was noticed for resembling the famous author and witnessed the country’s efforts to eradicate the Zika virus.
Level 3 trauma centers are glorified emergency rooms that charge more — and create risks for complications.
Sixty-six-year-old Terry Powers has a simple message for baby boomers: Stay active.
Henderson family barely avoids tragedy after misdiagnosis by paramedics sent 11-year-old boy to Level III trauma center instead of UMC’s Level I facility.
The federal government and military bombard civilians with about 4,000 acronyms and abbreviations — and one brave librarian tracks them all.
When Southern Nevada Health District board members vote later this month on whether more Level III trauma centers should be opened in Clark County, what happened to Giulian Grasso should be taken into consideration.
It’s becoming an increasingly outdated stereotype that older people fear and stay away from technology. Most baby boomers have gotten past their initial reservations and are avid users of smartphones and other devices to keep up with families and other news as well as shop.
David Ballou and Jamie Lee Sprague-Ballou, who were married in California in 2013, are a unique Las Vegas couple.
In 2002 University Medical Center lost more than $20 million — a year later it was losing money at a rate of more than $2 million per month.
The first time I met Muhammad Ali, “The Greatest” grabbed my hat and said it looked better on him than me.