The Nevada lab director doesn’t predict a large wave of cases from the variant — but not because the strain named after a mythical sea creature is a “pussycat.”
After a rise in demand, the Health Living Institute of UMC is adding more CPR classes to their roster in the month of January.
The new Library Park Pass program allows Nevadans with public library cards to gain free entry to all 27 state parks.
This year’s color selections run the gamut — from a vivacious coral shade to a bluish-greenish one all the way to an earthy tone and an off-white choice.
Q: Is it possible to grow sour or bitter orange in Las Vegas? It’s becoming almost impossible to find at the local markets, and we use it in so many recipes. I was curious if that was something that might grow here. When should I plant it?
Congress likely will vote on the Credit Card Competition Act in 2023, a bill that could eliminate almost all of the funding for popular credit card reward programs like cash back and travel points.
Dr. Nicholas Vogelzang, chairman of medical oncology at the Southern Nevada-based Comprehensive Cancer Centers, died Sept. 20.
Seasonal affective disorder affects about 5 percent of the adult population, and its symptoms are triggered by less sunlight exposure, which lowers serotonin and vitamin D levels. If you are prone to SAD, there are a few things you can do around the home to help boost your mood.
Our desert is a great place to grow strawberry guava. Pick a non-windy place in your landscape for planting. This protected location should get at least six hours of direct sunlight.
Las Vegas resident Marcus Roberts, who received heart and kidney transplants this year, will serve as an honorary rider on the Donate Life float at the Rose Parade on Monday.
After a post-Thanksgiving spike this month, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Clark County and statewide continue to decline, new state data shows.
In Las Vegas, 465 flights had been delayed and 83 were cancelled by Thursday evening at Reid airport, according to FlightAware.
Community leaders and residents gathered Wednesday night at the Clark County Government Center for the ceremony that included an appearance by the Dancing Dreidels.