After a rip-roaring Red Flag air combat exercise at Nellis Air Force Base last week, big, black, bat-shaped B-2 Spirit jets returned to Missouri, taking with them the lessons learned from flying mock war sorties with a mix of 100 U.S. and foreign warplanes.
Roughly a dozen people had their head shaved to raise funds for child cancer research through the St. Baldrick’s Foundation event at L’Oracle gymnasium in southwest Las Vegas on Sunday, Feb. 16.
The man who was shot and killed by officers near the Red Rock National Conservation Area Friday has been identified.
One man died and one person was injured following an overnight crash in the intersection of North Durango Drive and West Washburn Road Sunday.
When discussing “Cherry Orchard of the Living Dead,” the production set to premiere Feb. 21 at the Onyx Theatre, there is one important question that needs to be addressed before anything else: Fast Zombies or Slow Zombies?
As a senior at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Melissa Waite never planned on being a partner at a prestigious local law firm. At the time, Waite was studying and finishing her requirements toward earning a degree in psychology and a minor in economics.
Animals from the Roos-N-More zoo were on display downtown to raise money for the zoo which was closed down.
It was a few days before Easter, 2010, and Church of South Las Vegas senior pastor Benny Perez’s life was at a high. His wife was pregnant and the church was prospering and poised for expansion. That’s when the storm hit. Perez lays out his troubles from the flatlining of his baby’s heartbeat during a routine ultrasound and the near loss of his wife to the financial crisis’ drag on the church and its members in “More: Discovering the God of More When Life Gives You Less.”