Las Vegas police arrested a youth soccer coach Sunday on charges of molesting one of his 13-year-old team members and were searching for more potential victims.
Sprouts Farmers Market and Sunflower Farmers Market on Tuesday completed their merger.
The mother of Stanley Gibson, the unarmed, disabled veteran shot and killed by a Las Vegas police officer in December, filed a lawsuit against the Metropolitan Police Department on Monday.
After a lien was placed on his home for a late $43 trash bill, Lyle Lyddon took exception to a Clark County ordinance forcing residents to pay for garbage pickup as long as they have water, electricity or gas. The ordinance was enacted in 1993 to discourage desert dumping.
Born in the Netherlands, Stan Rubens picked up the guitar at 14. Later he changed to keyboard and started his music career in Australia. His claim to fame was developing a system of singing three-part harmony on his own with no prerecording or backup singers. Now in Las Vegas, Rubens continues to perform and has taken up writing.
About four years ago, Valerie Poteete, who goes by the name Penelope Pendragon, was unhappy with her life. Her son left for the U.S. Air Force. Her house was in foreclosure. A nine-year relationship with her boyfriend had ended. At 235 pounds, Pendragon was miserable and ready to make a change. “So I pretty much excavated my life,” Pendragon said.
In Your Neighborhood
“Second City” is the nickname for Chicago, but when it comes to hot dogs, it is “First City.”
People come to my office with anguish and despair about their addicted loved one. Mothers, fathers, grandparents, siblings and friends – flailing, cruelly impaled by helplessness like an insect on a pin. Bit by bit, piece by piece, they watch their loved one deteriorate, come apart and sink ever deeper into the madness of addiction. And there’s next to nothing they can do.