In its 34th year, Cowboy Christmas and its more than 300 exhibitors take over more than seven and a half football fields worth of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Rev. John McShane began giving water to homeless people waiting for shelter 20 years ago. The movement, known as Giving Back Mondays, has grown exponentially since.
In recognition of World AIDS Day, the LGBTQ+ Center of Southern Nevada in partnership with the Southern Nevada Health District is offering free HIV testing on Saturday.
All three of the fatal cases were in people 65 or older, according to the health district’s weekly flu report. At this time last season, there had been only one death reported.
Live in Las Vegas long enough and anything can start to seem normal. Video poker at the grocery. Summer days that hit 117. Santa Jaws.
An agreement with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services gives Montevista Hospital a year to “come back into compliance” with federal health and safety requirements.
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.
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.