Classes begin for the 2016-17 Clark County School Year on Aug. 29, and returning students will find a few changes, particularly in the east valley, the area most greatly affected.
Subscribe to Sunrise RSS feed
When I first called Roland Rogers, his pleasant South African accent surprised me. Two days later, I strangled him in his kitchen.
For those 50 or older, the Nevada Senior Games are set to run Sept. 16 to Oct. 19.
To Lori Paul and many of her neighbors, the plot of land they have dubbed the “Hobbit Wash” is a green oasis and a respite from the sprawling suburbia and businesses that surround it. To the past and current owners of the land, it’s a runoff ditch with no environmental value.
The movers-and-shakers of the Las Vegas vegan scene are teaming up to provide free information to those interested in a plant-based lifestyle.
The term “adult day care” brings to mind a warehouse for the elderly with accompanying sights, sounds and smells.
Old has become new again with a recently renovated Las Vegas course. In summer 2012, a devastating storm pounded east Las Vegas and destroyed dozens of homes and businesses. One of those businesses was Desert Rose Golf Course
While the hot, dog days of summer are coming to an end, there’s never an end to delicious hot dogs.
View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.
Find events happening in the east valley area and across the Las Vegas Valley.
News and event information from around the Las Vegas Valley.
Crime and safety news and event information from around the Las Vegas Valley.
Scholarships awarded: Recently, the Las Vegas Emblem Club No. 114, a nonprofit community service organization, awarded scholarships to three Clark County high school seniors: Joshua Carreras from Arbor View High School, whose legal is Fernando Jonas; Annie Lu, daughter of Travis and Yulien Lu, from Clark High School; and Mitchell Ragan, son of Matthew and Laura Ragan, from Green Valley High School.
View’s adoptable pets Aug. 25, 2016.
In Las Vegas author Mercedes M. Yardley’s novel “Pretty Little Girls: A Novel of Murder and Whimsy,” Bryony Adams finds that fate has bad aim, and if she runs, her doom gets close but doesn’t strike her.
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
View’s editorial cartoon, Aug. 25, 2016, by F. Andrew Taylor, View staff writer
View’s puzzles for Aug. 25, 2016
Gospel soloists Denise Robinson and James R. Smith of the Las Vegas Mass Choir flew to Switzerland on July 27. Simultaneously, yodel singers Barbara Klossner and Res Mathys from Musical Stillezrartlichkeithen, flew from Switzerland to Las Vegas.
Q: Why are the lower limbs on my cypress tree drooping?
Veteran Richard Egan remembers joining the United States Air Force in 1986 during a period when the military branch was looking to reduce suicide rates among its officers. In 2007, he was able to save the life of a fellow Air Force member who attempted suicide by paying close attention to warning signs and acting quickly. Now, as the Southern Nevada suicide prevention training and outreach facilitator for the Nevada Office of Suicide Prevention, he provides those same tips to his students.
Part of the legal process of taking back a home from a squatter can involve a lockout, with the landlord legally having to keep the squatter’s belongings safe for 21 days — either inside a storage unit (at the expense of the squatter) or inside the house.
Bud Woehrle spent 23 years running two bars he and his wife owned in Los Angeles. Now, at 92, he’s spent nearly as long hanging out on the other side of a bar as a regular patron at Boulder Station.
- Page 1