View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week. Contact each individual agency for more information.
All the boxes are checked. Tie, mansion, fame, blah-blah-blah-talking, bossiness; it’s all there. So you know who to vote for, right? “All hail, President Squid.”
Henderson writer Thomas D. Powers shares a family-focused saga in his novel “Mother, Father, Son.”
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
I moved here five years ago. So tired of reading about huge teacher vacancies and mental health shortages. Let the out-of-state professionals in.
View’s Nov. 10 and 17, 2016, caption contest by staff writer F. Andrew Taylor. Send caption ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Caption contest.” Limit five per person. Deadline is Nov. 19. Look for the winners in the Dec. 1 edition.
Attendees included adults, children and therapy dogs in costume during the Oct. 8 Reading with Rascal at Desert Spring United Methodist Church, 120 Pavilion Center Drive.
Solutions to View’s puzzles, Nov. 10, 2016.
View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.
Crews are putting the final touches on a new median for Summerlin Parkway, and it appears the high-tension steel cable barriers are already doing their job.
The developers proposing a housing development for the Badlands Golf Course are requesting to withdraw a significant portion of their application to the city in advance of a possible City Council action on the project later this month.
Naloxone — sold under the brand name Narcan and administerable as either a nasal spray or via intramuscular injection — is an opiate antidote. According to Joe Engle, founder of the Las Vegas-based nonprofit There is No Hero in Heroin, it’s also saving people’s lives.
On Oct. 17, the Junior League of Las Vegas presented a number of Clark County School District teachers with checks to allow them to pursue projects that otherwise wouldn’t be part of their school’s budget.
Actress Pia Zadora wants families in the valley dealing with autism to know that “it’s going to get better.” Her now 19-year-old son was diagnosed with autism 15 years ago, and she was on hand Oct. 13 to celebrate the opening of the UNLV Medicine Ackerman Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment Solutions.
When Tyler Kim decided to offer his own baseball camp, he knew he wanted to donate the profits to Little League.