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College Football Playoff fans face gamble with travel plans

The bowl trip is a holiday tradition for many college football fans. But this season, the supporters of the four teams playing in the first College Football Playoff are facing a choice about which trip to take: Semifinal or championship game?

Severity of Southern Nevada flu season unclear

Southern Nevadans are only at the beginning of the influenza season with no indication of how severe the season might become, a public health spokeswoman said Wednesday.

These foods are supposed to bring you good luck in ‘15

Many cultures tie good fortune for the year to what you eat on New Year’s Day. In America, perhaps the most widespread culinary good-luck tradition is Hoppin’ John — black-eyed peas, rice and usually some form of pork — which originated in the South.

New church sets up shop in Downtown Summerlin movie theater

It’s a unique name for a church with a unique setting: a movie theater. Relentless Church held its initial first service in early December at Regal Downtown Summerlin 5, and regular services are set to launch Jan. 18.

Everything you need to know about celebrating with alcohol

While it is always important to moderate alcohol intake, it is especially important at this time of the year where there are more opportunities to drink. Let’s take a look at some important facts about alcohol that may help us make wise decisions.

Ask a Lawyer: DUI checkpoints – Are they legal and what are your rights?

They go by a number of different names: DUI checkpoints, administrative roadblocks, mobile checkpoints, or as they are referred to by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, sobriety checkpoints. No matter the title, they all have the same effect.

Proposal aims to tighten rules for prescribing pain drugs

The Nevada Board of Osteopathic Medicine is considering new standards for treating patients with chronic pain to help prevent highly addictive painkillers from being dispensed to people without a medical need.

New York not the only place for celebratory New Year’s Eve drop

Televised images of New York City’s glittery ball drop have become inextricably linked with New Year’s Eve. But Times Square isn’t the only place to ring in the new year with an object dropping at midnight.

 
First Ebola case emerges in Britain

A health worker who has become the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in Britain was being treated at a London hospital on Tuesday after contracting the disease in West Africa.

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