Reader questions whether marriage is necessary to heal childhood wounds
Stephanie Waite, 36 and a mother of seven, traded in her career as a criminal defense attorney to be a full-time mom after her first child was born in 2001.
Rose Stewart Woodbury, 66, is the mother of seven and considers raising her children to be fine citizens and a benefit to the community to be her greatest achievement.
Thousands of wheeling wonders around the valley are taking their daily commutes by bicycle. Agencies around Southern Nevada have added avenues to make it easier to incorporate bicycles into a healthy lifestyle, but they want riders to play it safe.
The baby girl weighed less than one pound at birth.
Her eyes were fused shut. Her velvety skin appeared almost transparent. A large breathing tube, too big for her nose and mouth, somehow pumped the necessary oxygen into her tiny lungs as she took her precious first breaths.
Nine days later, she had heart surgery and numerous blood transfusions.
The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District recently voted to increase rates for space usage from 19 percent to 100 percent. Groups across the Las Vegas Valley who rely on the district to provide space say the increase will affect how they operate.
El Cortez, 600 Fremont St., is scheduled to celebrate Cinco de Mayo Thursday with $3 Patron margaritas and complimentary chips and salas from noon to midnight.
Geri Grant, 83, is retiring after a quarter-century of volunteering at Valley Hospital as an ambassador of sorts for outpatient surgery.
Improvements to curbs, gutters and sidewalks and the installation of banners have begun along sections of downtown designated for the Cultural Corridor Trail.
The memory of Rat Pack-era big bandleader Antonio Morelli, who was the orchestra conductor and music director at the Sands, is forever etched into the walls of the Morelli House, 861 E. Bridger Ave. The mid-century home was originally at 52 Country Club Drive, in the prestigious Desert Inn Country Club Estates, which overlooked the Desert Inn Golf Course.
Garlic- or herb-infused oils that are contaminated with clostridium botulinum, the bacteria responsible for botulism, cannot be identified by smell, sight or taste, making it dangerous to bottle or store them at home.