Andrew Pascal set out to build an app to aid in contact tracing in the state. He ended up bankrolling a privacy-centered solution to help all the state’s residents.
Warnings are out about methanol in sanitizers. But there is a local option — a Las Vegas distillery has made a safe blend based on an approved FDA recipe.
The experimental vaccine, developed by the National Institutes of Health and Moderna Inc., will start its most important step around July 27
The fear of exposure may prevent some people from seeking the help they need to avoid heat-related illnesses, the Clark County coroner said. Extreme temperatures are expected this weekend.
Nevada’s venomous rattlesnakes, Gila monsters and scorpions all can bite or sting. Here are tips to have positive interactions with wildlife in your backyard or hiking.
Mary Kay Duda, 75, hit a streak of bad luck when doctors found a large tumor growing on her pancreas. But she also got a few lucky breaks and beat the often deadly disease by undergoing a risky surgery called the “Whipple procedure.”
Facebook has begun alerting some users that their data was swept up in the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal.
Advertisements and shows about traveling have moved away from just footage of beaches and cocktails one could find anywhere, to enlisting online personalities to broadcast experiences and draw bookings more organically.
After testing an ultraviolet light disinfection system for five months last year, St. Charles Bend has acquired three Tru-D SmartUVC devices that are now being used to kill some of the nastier germs found around the hospital.
The Best Buy Teen Tech Center at the Clark County Library is stocked with more high-tech gizmos, gadgets and thingies than even the most savvy kid could covet, from computers stuffed with graphics, animation and editing software to a DJ station, robotics equipment, a recording studio and … a sewing machine like Mom’s?