That 11-year-old Zareh Shamirza is alive on this Mother’s Day doesn’t seem incredible when you meet him. It’s only when you’re told the boy named after an Armenian king was born 24 weeks early at 1 pound, 11 ounces that you realize this child wouldn’t have had a chance at life for most of the 20th century. The technology wasn’t there to make it possible.
No matter what town I’m in, I always find a hat store that still has artisans who know how to shape hats with steam. People like Michael Hull and Jill Cook out at the Boot Barn at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard South and West Warm Springs Road.
A 70-year-old grandmother driving her 10-year-old grandchild to school runs a red light and is rammed by a school bus. At least 15 children on the bus were taken to hospitals, Maria Castillo was killed and her granddaughter was critically injured. Soon after that story broke, two words came to mind: distracted driving.
Given that studies show more than 2.5 million Americans over 65 each year, it makes sense that seniors wear wear alarm devices that ultimately can alert first responders to an accident.
Former Clark County Family Court judge Steven E. Jones appears to be keeping a low profile following his April 12 release from prison after serving a 26-month sentence for an investment scam.
Dario Herrera says he’s been trying to do the right thing. He didn’t know when he helped out a lobbying firm that he was supporting Saudi Arabia, which could get him in trouble for not registering as a foreign agent.
Diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress after surviving rocket attacks in Iraq, retired Air Force Major Anthony Jones says the kind of injuries he received should not be treated only will pills, but also with hyperbaric oxygen therapy, exercise and engagment in the world.
More than 70 years ago Stephen Nasser told his dying brother that he would tell the world about what the Nazis did to their family. Nasser, already the author of two books on the Holocaust, keeps his promise to his brother with a new play that opens Thursday at Durango High School.
According to a longtime acquaintance, Dr. Dipak Desai, the Las Vegas doctor convicted of criminal neglect after seven of his patients contracted hepatitis C, was obsessed with material status.
Diagnosed at age 21 with temporomandibular joint disorder or TMJ — she’d awaken with her jaw locked open — Debra Fox, the chief nursing officer at UMC, took a journey through hell as doctors tried to fix hinges that connected her jaw to the temporal bones of her skull.