Metro officers embrace community members at a vigil Tuesday at Doolittle Community Center for the victims of the shooting Oct. 1 at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
Roller derby is a full-contact sport with sass.
Irene Yee graduated from college and started doing exactly what she thought she was supposed to do: hold down a job, move into a new place, be as social as possible, get a rhythm into adult life.
Deverynn Bryant yearns to bring the Moulin Rouge back to life.
For years Lekisha Hayes worked toward creating a place in Las Vegas that could offer services for people in situations like the ones she’s survived.
At 19, Jessica Manalo was studying at UNLV, intending to graduate. It was everything her family wanted of her, but nothing she wanted.
Two years ago, Ashley Vargas was hospitalized after a failed suicide attempt. A piece of paper and a small pencil became her keys to recovery.
On the shelf in Adam Rella’s studio, at least 10 binders, each two inches thick, hold thousands of plastic-coated drawings.
Izaac Zevalking came to the United States four years ago.
Growing up, Bertha Piña always saw ballet folklórico, or Mexican folk dancing, at family gatherings. It was in her teens that her appreciation for the tradition deepened.