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Questions have surfaced about the professional competency of a coroner’s investigator who concluded that attorney Susan Winters killed herself in January 2015.
Eight names of veterans who died this year have been etched into the Veterans Memorial Wall at the Henderson Events Plaza. The veterans’ names were read during the city’s annual Veterans Day Ceremony.
The doors to Counseling and Psychological Services at the College of Southern Nevada have not fully closed, but the program is in a state of limbo following the departure of its two clinicians and other staff members.
Naloxone — sold under the brand name Narcan and administerable as either a nasal spray or via intramuscular injection — is an opiate antidote. According to Joe Engle, founder of the Las Vegas-based nonprofit There is No Hero in Heroin, it’s also saving people’s lives.
Leo Lukidi wants to change the way you look at tea. “It’s not just Lipton,” he said. “There is an art to tea.”
Sometimes when students come to school, they are carrying obstacles that distract them from doing their best in class and prevent them from being prepared for life after high school. That’s where Brandon Singleton and the Jobs for America’s Graduates program steps in.
On Oct. 17, the Junior League of Las Vegas presented a number of Clark County School District teachers with checks to allow them to pursue projects that otherwise wouldn’t be part of their school’s budget.
Actress Pia Zadora wants families in the valley dealing with autism to know that “it’s going to get better.” Her now 19-year-old son was diagnosed with autism 15 years ago, and she was on hand Oct. 13 to celebrate the opening of the UNLV Medicine Ackerman Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment Solutions.
Martin Gillen “was welcomed into people’s homes under the guise of being a devoutly religious man,” according to Clark County prosecutors. “He befriends parents and then victimizes their children.”
The First Friday arts festival is Nov 3 at venues throughout the 18b Arts District. In celebration of the upcoming election, the theme for November is Suffrage, the right to vote.
The PGA and its golfers are a wonderful lot.
Calling birds, rushing water and delicate lighting surround a patio littered with fallen leaves at The Angry Butcher inside Sam’s Town’s Mystic Falls park. Though the atmosphere is artificial, it lends to a cozy, high-end dining experience at the a la carte locale, whose offerings include a range of delicacies from surf to turf, sure to please even the pickiest of palates.
The Henderson City Council has approved an interlocal agreement between the city’s police department and the College of Southern Nevada to provide mutual aid assistance for five years.
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