Walgreens flu index uses prescriptions for antiviral medications such as Tamiflu, which are used to treat influenza, to track the spread of the virus around the nation.
The rapidly growing optical and sunglasses brand out of New York will open its first brick-and-mortar shop in the state at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Motorists traveling on Interstate 15 between Southern Nevada and Utah will face traffic disruption at the Virgin River Gorge for a bit longer than expected.
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.
The Bureau of Land Management is hosting a plant sale this weekend just north of where U.S. Highway 93 splits off from Interstate 15.
A 53-year-old Connecticut man died and another person was critically injured after a helicopter crash Wednesday afternoon in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Experts say more Native Americans are moving to Clark County because of its strong economy, employment opportunities and proximity to tribal land in nearby states.
“Backyard Adventures,” a new exhibit at the Springs Preserve, encourages people to walk outside and rediscover the beauty outside their back door.
The Clark County coroner should not be able to keep certain autopsy reports confidential, a lawyer for the Review-Journal argued before the Nevada Supreme Court.
Lanterns marked with messages of hope floated into the night sky Sunday during the sixth annual RiSE Las Vegas festival at the Jean dry lake bed.