The inside of Sun Valley Certification Clinic resembles a normal doctor’s office. But here’s the difference: the facility’s doctors issue approvals for medical marijuana usage.
When the Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas acquired more than 8,000 costumes and other items from Les Folies Bergere, they came with a mystery. Two women have been unraveling it with the help of photographs, first-person accounts and a little dancing.
Nevada Highway Patrol troopers are investigating a serious injury crash at Blue Diamond and Lindell roads.
The Henderson couple who died Wednesday night in a suicide at the Silverton had a recent history of financial trouble, court records show.
Animal control officers called to West Foothill Boulevard dwelling find clowder of cats inside.
About a dozen dogs — mostly small and wearing yellow bandanas around their necks — played and ran freely around Kellogg-Zaher dog park on a chilly Monday afternoon. They hadn’t always had that liberty, however.
Steve Spriggs is experiencing poverty — from afar. After attending a church service in Colorado in 2010, he decided to financially sponsor an impovershed 9-year-old boy in Kenya through a religious child-development organization called Compassion International.
The point of Zen is to cut off thinking and come to a clear the mind. Zen is not a religion; it is a practice and a lifestyle. It involves focusing on the present mind, by not getting distracted by the past or future.
Le Thai is still seen as a newcomer to the downtown Las Vegas cuisine scene, so it might come as a surprise that it turned 5 in November.
Despite the thousands of bottles lining its shelves, The Whisky Attic is not a liquor wholesaler or a bar.