Women dragged fire hoses and human-shaped dummies, carried heavy equipment, practiced forcible entry and ran up a six-story tower about eight times.
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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.
Horseback riding therapy focuses on creating emotional and physical strength to empower special needs students and their families. Yet, sometimes younger siblings feel left out or forgotten as they wait for the session to finish.
Center for Traffic Safety Research members commonly witness dangerous driving habits when they visit schools to raise awareness about pedestrian safety.
In August, eight nursing students from Nevada State College were chosen to embark on a new method of learning at Centennial Hills Hospital.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
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.
Motorists may sometimes notice missing exit numbers while driving along highways in the valley.
Puzzles for View, Nov. 12, 2015.
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Sponsored by Summerlin Pediatric Dentistry, FEAT is set to host the annual picnic and resource fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 15 at Mission Hills Park.
Parents, school officials and members of the community are invited to see eighth-graders learn how to pay bills, manage their mortgages, determine childcare for their "kids" and much more at Capital One/Junior Achievement Finance Park.
The Clark County School District Police Department, in conjunction with the Care Coalition, plans a Pill Take Back Day event from 8 a.m. to noon Nov. 14 at the College of Southern Nevada.
Right now, you might be seeing a tarantula or two while driving or hiking around the back country. Rather than dissolving into a quivering pool of arachnophobia, try to focus on the interesting aspects of our eight-footed friends.
Move over Panda Express — there's a new American-Chinese chain that just opened its first location at 6010 W. Craig Road, No. 150, with plans to dominate the Las Vegas Valley with as many as 30 locations.
Luke's Lobster, a Maine seafood shack, is set to open its first Las Vegas shack at 11 a.m. Nov. 12 on the Plaza facing Las Vegas Boulevard at the Fashion Show mall.
Last year, Jace Ricciuti decided that he had to do something to help out people like his mother, Michele Phillips, who has chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, a degenerative neurological disorder.
Now in its 13th year, the Las Vegas Stake Family History Jamboree is set to offer a roster of more than 40 classes designed to help anyone research their family history.
Perhaps no other novel is so deeply associated with Las Vegas than Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," which captures the city viewed through incensed sensibilities and lots of drugs, illustrated by Ralph Steadman.