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- Smart homes make life easier, especially for older residents
- Fifteen years ago, a friend of Sam Palermo’s showed him a comic strip of a person getting a medical exam through their television. A joke then, Palermo told his friend the idea wouldn’t be so laughable in the future. And he …
- Notary scams a grave danger for undocumented immigrant community
- They pose as the cost-effective and more intimate alternative to pricey attorneys for undocumented immigrants looking to establish U.S. residency. Usually Spanish-speaking, they’re familiar with the immigration process — and how to …
- Honky tonk hairstylist excited to help ‘decide the direction’ of downtown Las Vegas
- Salon owner Larry Reha opens up about the winding road he took to owning a successful business, talks about what sets Makeshift Union apart and explains why he is never offended when a client doesn’t tip.
- Report: Las Vegans still struggling with debt, money management
- In a recent look at Southern Nevadans’ finances, Las Vegas Valley residents have some of the worst credit scores, debt ratios and money management habits in the nation …
- People on the Move: April 9, 2018
- In the Notes: Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers, KTGY Architecture + Planning, Barry Harrison, Cal Regan, Foundation Assisting Seniors, Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center, Las Vegas Hospitality Association and more …
- Merger medicine: Primary care doctors an ‘increasingly endangered species’
- Is the doctor in? In this new medical age of urgent care centers and retail clinics, that’s not a simple question. Nor does it have a simple answer, as primary care doctors become increasingly scarce …
- Australians are the world’s biggest gambling losers, and some seek action
- The average Australian adult loses around $900 to gambling each year — more than double the rate of Americans — and electronic gaming machines are getting the blame …
- Elsewhere: Henderson man sues city and police, saying Third Amendment rights violated
- A Nevada man is suing the city of Henderson and its police under the rarely-used Third Amendment, claiming that they unconstitutionally arrested him for obstruction …
- The Kats Report: Suit against Sunset Thomas offers new wrinkle in the oldest profession
- There are few “firsts” left in the world’s oldest profession, but never before has Sunset Thomas experienced this: She is being sued for not having …
- Elsewhere: NSA’s Verizon records collection: “Calm down,” Reid says
- The National Security Agency’s blanket request for Verizon to hand over all records of telephone calls within its system — both within the U.S. and …
- DeGale Reclaims IBF title from Truax
April 8, 2018 James DeGale of Britain defeats IBF super middleweight champion Caleb Truax at The Joint in the Hard Rock Saturday, April 7, 2018. DeGale reclaimed his title in the rematch by …
- Hurd Beats Lara, Claims WBA title
April 8, 2018 IBF super welterweight champion Jarrett Hurd defeats WBA champion Erislandy Lara in a unification fight at The Joint in the Hard Rock Saturday, April 7, 2018. Hurd took Lara’s WBA …
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- Canyon Springs Football 2012
Dec. 14, 2012 Their school, Canyon Springs High School on Alexander Road in North Las Vegas, near a pig farm whose stench lingers over the campus at times, is one of the poorest in the valley. This is the story of their football season.
- Grow House
Dec. 11, 2012 KSNV reports on a Metro raid of a marijuana grow operation at two Henderson homes.
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