Tim Szymanski, who’s the public education and information officer for Las Vegas Fire and Rescue, has seen people get bigger in the past 49 years, and equipment get better.
The tour, which began Monday in Las Vegas, is intended to “call out Republicans for the health-care emergency they are creating,” an organizer said.
Parents of Clark County School District students are reminded that they will need to have proof of a variety of immunizations before kids return to school next Monday.
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center reports it is receiving more requests for support from survivors and others impacted by the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting on the Strip.
Pivot, a six-week program for LGBTQ youth and their families, offers education and community for both groups as they navigate the coming-out process together.