The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is partnering with State Farm Insurance to help parents supervise their teen drivers and prepare them for a lifetime of safe driving.
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The Lincoln County seat is filled with interesting old buildings and other ghosts from the gritty glory days. And this town of about 800 residents is less than 30 miles away from four very different state parks, each worthy of a visit. Best of all, average summertime temperatures stay safely below the 90-degree mark.
Less than a year after state legislation loosened HIV testing restrictions, Southern Nevada community organizations are assuming new roles, working with health officials to offer preliminary testing.
The terrorist attack on a French church and murder of a priest renewed a central conflict just about every house of worship faces sooner or later: how to provide security while remaining welcoming.
There’s pretty much no way around it: Moving is a drag.
A new “Harry Potter” play that opened to swooning reviews and delighted gasps from the audience marks the end of the journey for the beloved boy wizard, his creator J.K. Rowling said at the play’s premiere in London on Saturday.
They might be small in size and weight, but their dreams are huge, so be sure to have a creative place to foster that imagination and watch them — the kids and their aspirations — grow.
Q: My oleanders need trimming. They are still blooming and the weather is hot. Is it safe to trim them now or did I miss my opportunity?
Q: A while ago you wrote about how to install a recessed can light. I already have this type of light, but I am having a problem with it. After it has been on for a while, it will sometimes just automatically turn off. Is this a problem with the electricity, the fixture or what?
Dear Gail: We’re in the process of getting quotes to remodel our bath and want to do a frameless shower door. It seems like there is a bit of the range and honestly I’m not sure what some of the differences. Each company has a preference of what they like, so I’m needing some guidance? — Leona
Businesses that find out about vulnerabilities after a breach, are too late to the game, says one security expert.
Florida’s governor on Friday reported the first evidence of local Zika virus transmission in the continental United States, saying testing of four residents showed they were likely infected by mosquito bites.
The good news is there are ways to strengthen and sharpen memory through lifestyle.
With no holiday errands on the calendar or after-school activities to shuffle the kids or grandkids to, maybe it’s finally time to take those tap dance lessons, or bump up the social media skills by learning how to navigate Facebook and Twitter. Local libraries and community centers have an abundance of interesting and fun options.
For a generation that wants to look younger but not too young, it actually isn’t as bad as it seems. There are some advantages to being somewhere in the middle. The fashion industry right now is a criss-cross of trends and styles, with an emphasis on staying true to oneself.
Meet the guy who makes sure everything is installed safely for guests. Brent Madison is the Assistant Manager of Facilities at Adventuredome at Circus Circus.
As World War II and Korean War vets die off, it’s up to boomer Vietnam vets to keep the VFW going and serving the needs of veterans.
Work experience, coupled with equity and/or wealth already in place, are reasons boomers find they’re in the right position to start a business.
Allegiant Air will launch nonstop flights from Las Vegas to Oakland, California, and Kansas City, Missouri, beginning in October, airline officials announced Thursday.
Henderson residents Brian and Jenny Bland created Goodness Gracious Ministries to feed the body as well as the soul of the Las Vegas Valley’s homeless population.
Bruno Moya’s journey began while watching TV. He was a year away from graduating at Clark High School when a Marine Corps commercial came on. It featured a Marine going through a rigorous training course, climbing to the top of a pillar to retrieve a sword and slaying a dragon.
Kaysen Camat-Toki wears a No. 4 jersey like his idol, baseball great Lou Gehrig. In June, the 11-year-old Las Vegan was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer, preventing him from playing baseball. Rockin’ Jump Las Vegas, an indoor trampoline gym at 7200 Montessouri St., hosted a fundraiser July 14 and 15, donating 50 percent of the profits to his family to help with his medical care.
Here are eight tips designed to cut your back-to-school shopping burden.
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