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.
Businessman and presidential candidate Andrew Yang said his plan for universal income is the answer to America’s capitalist system that grinds people up and leads to stress, debts and drug abuse.
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.
The Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners has revoked the license of a Las Vegas doctor who gave opioids to a Henderson judge who later fatally overdosed.
A mechanical fire at the Cannery casino on Friday afternoon was not related to a crash that morning when a woman drove an RV into the same building, investigators said.
Consumers in Nevada are expected to spend about $50.2 million on costumes while decorations, the second-highest grossing category, is expected to hit $42.1 million in sales, according to the Retail Association of Nevada.
Uber believes its goal is realistic as it is working with a number of companies and municipalities who are creating the aircraft that would be used in Uber Air.
A man jolted from a toilet and injured after a tour bus slammed into a rest stop near Valley of Fire State Park has filed a lawsuit in Las Vegas.
Seaman 2nd Class Moyses Alfonso Martinez was laid to rest this month in Las Vegas, a city he may never have visited before his short life ended more than 75 years ago.