Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the United States. With more than 100 types of cancer, glioblastoma is one of the more aggressive forms of brain cancer, which can shorten life spans anywhere from two weeks to two years.
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The Las Vegas Greek Food Festival is more than just food and fun — it's also an opportunity for visitors to tour and learn more about the church.
Maybe the major beer companies should beware: Local beer enthusiasts are out to craft a better brew.
When Pete Castro was young, he stayed home from school a lot due to asthma. Where most kids would use the time to watch cartoons, he turned to PBS.
Many addictions are easy to spot because they are addictions to obvious destructive substances or behavior. A shopping addiction can be harder to recognize.
It's often called "The Silent Killer," and it does its job very well. "It" is ovarian cancer.
Four women, 60 miles, all of it on foot: That's the task that four Summerlin-area women — Tammra Brunner, 53; Fay Orshoski, 73; Susan Schilder, 46; and Lori Candalino, 54 — have given themselves.
The Ice House was once the home of one of the hottest — and, at the same time, coolest — downtown bars, the Ice House Lounge.
Residents near Buffalo Drive and Badura Avenue have long had concerns about the intersection. Turning left onto Buffalo is impossible according to resident Judy Pleshe.
Patty Kreckman was in a domestic violence situation when her husband gave her an ultimatum — him or the cat. She chose the cat and moved out.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
Peanut butter and jelly. Bacon and eggs. Rock 'n' roll, Mario and Luigi, Whip/Nae Nae, Batman and Robin. Some things just naturally go together; they belong in pairs.
Las Vegas entrepreneur Christina Vitagliano is author of "Gene Simmons is a Powerful and Attractive Man And Other Irrefutable Facts," illustrated by Corey Marier and Craig Marier.
Poet reading: Black Mountain Institute Ph.D. Fellow Olivia Clare is set to read from her poetry compiled in the book "The 26-Hour Day" from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at The Writer's Block, 1020 Fremont St. Visit the writersblock.org.
I met Google the poodle by lucky accident. His name on the Nevada SPCA list was Valdemar. Therein lies a tale.
First place: Robert Neapolitan, Henderson
On Sept. 15, Bank of America hand-delivered big checks to several Southern Nevada nonprofits, with a focus on housing and community development.
The Valley Health System is offering $55 mammogram screenings weekdays in October.
Local nonprofit After-School All-Stars is set to host the UN-Gala Oct. 3, a day filled with sports and activities for the program's children, dubbed the 20th Anniversary All-Star Games.
Las Vegas Firefighters Local 1285 plans to sell shirts through October for $20 each at heroic.supply to benefit Susan G. Komen Southern Nevada.
Do you know of a haunted location in the Las Vegas Valley? Have you had a spooky experience yourself?
Puzzles for View, Oct. 1, 2015, editions.