For many people with autism spectrum disorder, the world is simply too busy, too loud and too crazy to deal with.
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June is Men’s Health Month, and colorectal cancer is the third-leading cancer killer among men. Finding the cancer is done with a colonoscopy, a procedure that saved Joey England’s life.
Starting kindergarten is a big milestone in a child’s path to lifelong education, but too often, children in the United States are not adequately prepared.
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Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
FREE CLASSES TO FOCUS ON SEALING CRIMINAL RECORDS
View rounds up education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley, including school news and scholarship information.
Itsy Bitsy: Ramen and Whisky has spun its web in the spot formerly occupied by the short-lived Wild in The Ogden.
View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.
As social media continues to grow, the perceived need to constantly update one’s status, post pictures and respond to queries can begin to seem like a full-time job. For Lauralie Ezra and her staff at Crowd Siren, it is.
According to a study, Sunrise Manor is vying for the title of bottom of the heap as far as creativity and culture are concerned, but that comes as a surprise to some of the artists and otherwise creative people who live there.
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Las Vegas author C.A. Hartnell writes about the early polio vaccine trials, wild weather, patriotism, diners, Route 66, rock ‘n’ roll and the enduring power of friendship in her young readers fiction series set in the ’50s.
With a starting point of a basic princess story, author Betsy Schow moves with lightning speed through just about every fairy tale and fantasy story you can remember.
Las Vegas literary happenings this week include a book signing by Elaine Cali McNamara.
Between the terminology, paperwork and various fees, buying a home can become a daunting affair, especially for first-time buyers.
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Sarah Diebold , a 12-year-old seventh-grader at Doral Academy, was recently crowned Miss Pre-Teen Nevada United States 2015. Sarah volunteers with local nonprofit The Just One Project. She and her sister queens will be traveling to Washington, D.C., July 4 for the Miss United States Organization’s national pageant. The organization gives girls and women of all ages the opportunity to promote a platform of community service. Sarah’s parents are Robert and Meredith Diebold of Las Vegas.
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Answers to Sudoku and crossword puzzles from June 11, 2015, View editions.
Since 2007, Restaurant Week has brought in nearly $1 million to Three Square food bank. This year, the event that brings foodies together to help feed the hungry is shifting from two weeklong events in the spring and fall to one 12-day event in the summer.
One might call Aleasha Billing your typical teen. In 2011, she was walking to a friend’s house the night after Thanksgiving. She was crossing Lone Mountain Road near El Capitan Way when a vehicle struck her.
Parents can push their children to graduate, but sometimes it takes a stranger to give them the nudge in the right direction.