Like ghosts from the past returning to haunt from beyond the grave, we’ve unearthed a collection of relics that have been buried in our archives for decades.
Under the proposed project, the central business office in Henderson would be closed in favor of an expanded four-story facility in Symphony Park.
Joe Grogan, a senior White House adviser, will pitch a “non-ideological” approach to health care during a speech to the HLTH Conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
The new three-times-per-week flights launched Sunday, with the maiden flight from Frankfurt Airport arriving to McCarran International Airport to a ceremonial water arch.
Longtime Southern Nevada disability advocate Linda Smith has created a nonprofit foundation to recognize and support caregivers.
Hours are changing this week for the scenic drive at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
At least 12 Clark County dentists have had repeated lawsuits and discipline by the Nevada Board of Dental Examiners after making serious mistakes. But the dentists retain active licenses to practice.
The annual South Valley Rose Show will be held Nov. 9 at the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension offices on the corner of Windmill Lane and Paradise Road. Rosarians will be present to answer questions about growing roses in our hot desert climate and poor soils from 1 to 4 p.m.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Drug Enforcement Agency’s Las Vegas office are encouraging people to turn in unused prescription medications across the valley on Saturday.
Nearly 58,000 prescription records of customers at a Smith’s Food and Drug store in Henderson were improperly thrown out, according to the grocery retailer.