Experts In The News

May 12, 2022

As temperatures across the valley begin to rise and the summer season inches closer, preparing for the heat in the desert is important.

Tribal College Journal
May 12, 2022

The Harrah College of Hospitality at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) is connecting with tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) this summer to help complete the framework for its new education initiative in tribal gaming. Funded by a $9 million gift from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, the Tribal Education Initiative at UNLV is designed to give tribal members the educational tools and competencies to excel into top-level management and executive roles in the Indian gaming industry. Partnering with TCUs will help define the scope and format of courses that will be offered as part of this unique educational program.

Pahrump Valley Times
May 12, 2022

A fresh wave of COVID-19 infections has hit Southern Nevada, triggered by a new omicron subvariant, waning immunity and riskier behavior, a top official with the Southern Nevada Health District said Wednesday.

May 11, 2022

The megadrought plaguing the West has had a surprising side effect: uncovering dead bodies in Nevada’s Lake Mead.

Metro
May 11, 2022

Dr. Katherine Hertlein, sex therapist and principal researcher at relationship app Blueheart, says pink flags are similar to red flags, but they aren’t deal-breakers – yet.

360 Dx
May 11, 2022

The test, which measures β-amyloid in cerebrospinal fluid, received FDA de novo classification, making it the first IVD available for detection of brain amyloid plaques.

May 11, 2022

The Entertainment Capital of the World has been a draw for families with children during the pandemic, and hospitality insiders have differing opinions on whether tourists with little ones will keep flocking to Las Vegas.

Travel Weekly
May 10, 2022

After erupting regularly on the Las Vegas Strip for more than three decades, the Mirage's fiery volcano will soon no longer be active.