Rob Khadivian has found a way to supplement his retirement income — by renting out his car. If you’re not too emotionally attached to your car and see it as a money-maker, he says it makes sense.
It wasn’t surprising when CCSD police Sgt. Anthony Russo lost his job in September 2015 after he was involved in a DUI collision that saw him punch out a survivor in the other car. That an arbitrator ruled he should get his job back was not only surprising, it was devoid of common sense.
If you want someone to thank, or blame, for the mounting list of special days, look no further than Marlo Anderson.
Swadeep Nigam, a Las Vegas Valley Water District financial analyst who was appointed to the Nevada Equal Rights Commission by Gov. Brian Sandoval, had earmarked some of his saving for scholarships for graduates of Clark County Schools. He says you don’t have to be wealthy to make a difference in the lives of young people.
While cancer has meant Kyle Silveroli can no longer protect Americans militarily as he hoped, he believes he can make a positive difference in lives by putting a face on recent research findings of cancer experts: Millennials, young people born between 1982 and 2004, now have double the risk of colon cancer and quadruple the risk of rectal cancer compared to baby boomers.
Two weeks ago Derek Bernath, who has obvious cognitive deficits, was playing a game of Marco Polo in a condominium pool with people he thought were his friends. As it turned out, they stole his phone.
While it’s possible the government’s position on transmission of hepatitis C among boomers may have resulted in less testing, it’s critical today boomers forget any fears of stigma and get the easy blood test.
Gladys Stroud turns 100-years-old on Friday. If she’s not playing board games, she’s exercising, drinking scotch at happy hours, babysitting her great, great, great, grandson or enjoying live theatre either in Las Vegas or Los Angeles.
At age 15, Oscar Ho sounds much older than his years. He says his parents help motivate him but some students don’t get that at home. “I try to show students what they can do when they apply themselves. When they get excited and do well, it’s a great feeling.”
The miniature pacemaker implanted in Pamela Ham without surgery is the latest effort to make heart surgery less traumatic.