The Metropolitan Police Department’s Animal Cruelty Unit hit the streets a year ago, and already the unit said it has many accomplishments. The unit is partnered with city and county animal control departments, The Animal Foundation and the Desert Inn Animal Hospital and investigates cases ranging from cockfighting and dog fighting circles, animal poisoning, animal cruelty, abuse or neglect and injury or abuse to police animals.
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Despite popular belief, it’s possible to get great Italian food without traveling to Italy. In fact, you can just head to Nora’s Italian Cuisine: great food, cheaper cost, and you don’t have to pack a suitcase.
There’s not much mystery to Crepe Expectations. Expect crepes — a lot of them.
When an art exhibit is called “Skull,” who knows what you’ll find? The fourth biennial exhibition of that solitary name is now on display at The Studio inside Sahara West Library.
With Veterans Day just around the corner, Americans take time to thank those who have put their lives on the line. Frank Kology, 95, is one of those people. He was 21 and a newlywed when he joined the effort in World War II.
When Scott Janise was growing up in the east valley, his mother Patti Janise never thought that he would be jumping out of airplanes. “When he started jumping, he would call me to tell me when he was going to jump,” Patti said. “I told him, ‘Please don’t tell me until afterward.’ I would literally bite my nails, just worried to death.”