On Valentine's Day 2010, Kady Kay was dancing her heart out at Bally's even though she was hurting.
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Once upon a time, Centennial Hills was a vast land that offered countless opportunities. There were hardly any roads and barely any streetlights or traffic. The 215 Beltway wasn't even born. At least, that's how longtime Las Vegas resident Randy Bridges remembers it.
The Henderson Fire Department's 10th chief, Matthew L. Morris, was recently sworn in after 20 years with the department.
She's been around for a century, but Bertha Smith said she has no special formula for her longevity.
Too often, veterans return from war with memories of unspeakable violence and horror. They've survived the worst that humanity has to offer, and while they may have left the war in another county, a tougher battle is waiting for them at home.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
In every class, there are always a few kids you try to avoid. The know-it-all kid, for instance: Who has time for that? Or the kid who can't stop yammering or who can't control his temper: Why invite drama?
Friendship, affection, rejection, beauty, music, fear, longing and loneliness are among the topics Las Vegas native Tami Belt explores in her poetry.
Andrew Stauffer, associate English professor from the University of Virginia, plans to talk about the future of the reading experience during a free University Forum Lecture Series event.
I have been reading newspapers for many, many years. I realize that many stories have to be continued and read at another section of the paper, and that is fine. But to read the first section of a very interesting story, and then continue to another page for what I thought would be the conclusion only to find that if I would like the "Full Story," I will need to visit viewnews.com. Seriously??? I want to read the entire story right then and there with my cup of coffee or tea. I think in the future I will be passing up this section of the newspaper. I am sure I am not the only person who feels this way.
Zach Collins of Bishop Gorman High School was selected to the 2016 McDonald's All American Boys West Team.
TEDx is back at UNLV in 2016, and organizers are looking for people to take the stage April 8 at the university's Black Box Theatre.
The Neck and Back Clinics held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 26 at 3820 W. Ann Road for its newest clinic in North Las Vegas, the eighth clinic in the Las Vegas Valley.
World Wetlands Day: Clark County Wetlands Park hosted World Wetlands Day events Feb. 2 and 3 with local students visiting the park from 8: 30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day to participate in interactive activities and lectures from scientists. About 230 high school students from Cheyenne, Faith Lutheran, Western and West Career and Technical Academy and a handful of UNLV freshman and sophomores participated in activities, including hands-on instruction, guided tours and lectures from SNWA biologists, hydrologists and scientists from the community.
Henderson Police detectives are investigating the death of a 26-year-old man outside an apartment complex as a homicide.
Joshua Tree National Park, just outside of Twentynine Palms, Calif., is often overlooked in favor of better-known parks, but it shouldn't be.
When they cut the ribbon to open the doors at MountainView Hospital exactly 20 years ago this month, there weren't many who would have predicted the facility would expand into the ever-growing, increasingly popular, and medically and surgically advanced health care provider it is today.
View is planning a special report on the state of the Las Vegas Valley post-recession and is seeking reader input on a variety of topics.
I was reading about your use of pheromone traps for insect control in fruit trees. Which traps do you use, and when do you put them out?
Tableside meat carving is a long-held tradition for some people, but there's more behind its origin than one might imagine.
Pancho's Mexican Restaurant is known for its 50-year presence in swanky Manhattan Beach, Calif. It brought its cuisine — and Southern California prices — to Downtown Summerlin in fall 2015.