After several years of being shuttered, its copper wiring ripped from the walls by thieves, its interior all but gutted, the notorious topless cabaret formerly called Crazy Horse Too is opening its doors again with a new owner and a new name — The Horse Gentlemen’s Club.
Police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Stanley Gibson received the most severe penalties for a police shooting in the history of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
UNLV civil engineering students will put their project for the UNLV Senior Design Competition to real-life use this summer when they help villagers in Moshi, Tanzania, get clean water to their homes from a spring near the base of Mount Kilimanjaro.
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Juliana and Lindsey Remark, 18, have received the Barbara Malloy Memorial Leadership Service Award from Soroptimist International of Greater Las Vegas.
Peggy Selma plans to retire as principal of the 100 Academy of Excellence in North Las Vegas after the 2013-14 school year, and parents say she is leaving the place in better shape than she found it.
The Dinosaurs & Roses Resale Shoppe has a new home. Michele Morgan-Devore, executive director, has moved her nonprofit in with Qury Edmond’s New 2 U thrift store in West Las Vegas. Combined, they are now called New 2 U featuring Dinosaurs and Roses.
Jobs for America’s Graduates, or JAG, a pilot program at four high schools in the Clark County School District, is helping to put juniors and seniors who were unlikely to graduate back on the right path. The program encourages student to find work during and after high school.
The American College of Sports Fitness Index report released Wednesday shows that Las Vegas has four and a half times the number of dog parks considered necessary by experts.