Child deaths in Clark County have dropped by about 29 percent since 2008, according to a report released Monday, with significant declines in suicides and weapons’ fatalities.
Dangerous drugs left in the offices of the KE Medical Group that abruptly closed earlier this month — leaving hundreds of patients without health care — have been confiscated by state authorities, according to Doug Cooper, executive director of the Nevada State Medical Board.
A solar tree to power the iconic “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign should be in place by early 2014.
On leave from the Air Force on a perfect night for running, Jason Brosseau barely broke a sweat en route to winning his first marathon with a time of 2:35:26 in Sunday’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon.
You love getting presents — but do you know how much fun it is to give them? In the new book, “Boris and Stella and the Perfect Gift” by Dara Goldman, you’ll see that giving is sometimes better than getting.
HopeLink, East Valley Family Services, Olive Crest and Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada’s West Las Vegas location teamed up to apply for a grant from Nevada’s Department of Health and Human Services to focus on recurring byproducts of poverty such as food insecurity.
Retired business professor Robert Ries shares research into the Kennedy assassination in his book “Who Really Killed Kennedy? The Conspiracy.”
Marty Walsh, co-owner and manager of the Trifecta Gallery, decided to try something different: Instead of having people come in to just look at art, at 7 p.m. Thursdays, the gallery hosts its One Night Only discussion program.
On the last day of 2011, the Atomic Testing Museum adjusted its name to match its new status. The facility is now the National Atomic Testing Museum, and it is one of only 37 national museums in the country.
This week’s literary event highlights include an announcement that Jim Rogers and his wife, Beverly, have made a $10 million commitment to support the expansion of literary programming in the Black Mountain Institute.