When I first called Roland Rogers, his pleasant South African accent surprised me. Two days later, I strangled him in his kitchen.
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The dog days of summer in Las Vegas are kind to no one. While this summer seems like a never-ending heat wave, one thing Las Vegas isn’t short on is having fun with water.
Dec. 30, 1999, seemed like any ordinary day to Lori Wright. She walked to work, got home, made dinner and went to bed. Around midnight, she woke up to use the restroom. Only Wright never made it back to her bed — she had a stroke.
Bullying, social anxiety and trauma: These are among the myriad problems that can plague the human mind. When human interaction seems like too much to bear, horses inside a northwest facility may be able to help.
When most people see an Airstream trailer, they think of camping. When Julie Johnson sees one, she thinks of Carestream Inc., a new Las Vegas nonprofit that brings haircuts to the homeless.
Rescuing an ailing senior dog herself and nursing him back to health inspired Summerlin resident Linda Gilliam to start her own rescue group, Connor and Millie’s Dog Rescue, dedicated to senior pups and those with special medical needs.
About seven years ago, Henderson resident Joyce Eatman noticed she was receiving a lot of calls from grandparents needing assistance — but not for themselves. “They were needing things for their grandchildren,” she said.
Paige Bremner may get nervous right before a show or competition, but the moment she hits the stage, she is lost in the dance routine. It was no different when she performed for judges at the Rainbow Nationals in Wisconsin on July 6.