Just because plants are labeled as nematode resistant doesn’t guarantee that they will be resistant to the microscopic worms.
You might think summer outdoor activities in Death Valley National Park are out of the question, but this is actually an ideal time to hike to the summit of the park’s Panamint Mountains.
Super Summer Theatre’s latest show, “The Drowsy Chaperone,” takes audiences back to a 1928 musical for a comedic spin through time.
Chaston L. Alber, 16, has achieved Eagle Scout status in the Boy Scouts of America.
Broken shopping carts packed full of odds and ends litter highway underpasses valleywide. Their homeless owners are desperately seeking shade from the sun’s blistering rays. Some lay blankets and tarps across two or more carts, creating a makeshift shelter in an attempt to stay cool while triple-digit temperatures broil the area.
In chess, each move brings with it consequences that may help or hurt you. Shawn Smith, assistant principal at the 100 Academy of Excellence, is trying to get kids to apply that to life. Smith runs the mentor program for the 100 Black Men of Las Vegas, a nonprofit group that supports young people, male and female, of all ethnicities.