Thomas Moran, who recently was elected president of the board of the troubled Nevada SPCA, views it as an organization that needs “a lot of help.”
The flu vaccine is available at the Southern Nevada Health District’s immunization clinics as well as community clinics and pharmacies throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
With a change of the season comes changes for days and hours at some Southern Nevada outdoor recreation areas.
University Medical Center will host on Oct. 1 a memorial Stop the Bleed class, providing training from hospital staff on skills needed to stop life-threatening bleeding in an emergency.
Nonprofit organizations will host charitable craft bazaars and events from October through December to benefit local charities.
Entrance to the park typically costs $15 for cars, $10 for motorcycles and $5 for bicycles and pedestrians. Since fees are waived Saturday, the park is expecting heavy crowds.
The Southern Nevada Health District wants new or higher fees for inspections, but businesses say the plan would eat into their thin bottom lines.
Kitty Block, president of the Humane Society of the United States, calls the ban discriminatory and misguided.
A year after tying for first place in customer satisfaction, Las Vegas’ airport fell to third in the annual ranking.
A bad flu season in Australia has some medical experts preparing for the worst in the U.S. and in Nevada, which has a lower than average vaccination rate.