UNLV communication studies assistant professor Natalie Pennington urges restraint when it comes to cutting social media ties with people who aren’t close friends.
Spraying insecticides make mite problems more likely on susceptible plants such as Italian cypress. Miticides, unlike insecticides, are less likely to cause mite problems later.
This time of year, while driving or hiking some of our region’s back roads, you might see a few of these eight-legged desert dwellers out and about.
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.
Donny Osmond and his son Brandon Osmond were the first to donate as local charity leaders helped premiere the Light the World Giving Machine.
Jacob Jimmerson, 25, who died in April, will be remembered through a “floragraph” bearing his likeness on the Donate Life Rose Parade float.
These vending machines dispense happiness, minus the guilt.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is trying something it’s never tried before — reaching out to potential visitors with humorous Thanksgiving and Christmas TV ads.
Nicole Fox, an enrichment specialist at The Animal Foundation’s Mojave Road shelter, trains dogs to be more user-friendly with humans, to improve their chances of adoption.
Health officials have confirmed the first two flu-related deaths in Nevada this season — one each in Clark and Washoe counties.