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The Daily Guardian

Hatred (ghrna in Sanskrit) or an intention of malaise against someone is a huge barrier in our spiritual journey toward perfection and among the most difficult emotions to eliminate. Swami Sivananda Saraswati (1887-1963, a renowned yoga teacher) has described three stages of hatred. This emotion usually starts with prejudice or forming a negative opinion about someone without having accurate facts or reasonable reasoning.

The Nevada Independent

Long-term substitute turned fourth grade teacher Jeanette Sanjurjo said going back to school later in life as an adult with a full-time job and bills to pay isn’t usually easy. But she said UNLV’s Paraprofessional Pathways Project, which is tailored to paraprofessionals or school support professionals working in the Clark County School District (CCSD) or a Nevada charter school, helped her reach her goal of becoming a licensed teacher.

Las Vegas Review Journal

UNLVino, the decades-long fundraiser for student scholarships at the William F. Harrah College of Hospitality at UNLV, returns this year as UNLVino Presents Sake Fever, which runs from 7 to 10 p.m. April 19 at the Athena and Family pools at Resorts World. The college and Southern Glazer’s Wine, Spirits & Beer of Nevada organize UNLVino.

K.L.A.S. T.V. 8 News Now

The end of the school year is nearing which means thousands of parents in the Las Vegas valley will be looking for camp options for their children over the summer months. It’s never too early to start planning because many camps are already accepting registrations and some fill up fast.

10 WJAR

A new study out of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, shows a clear link between sports betting and alcohol use. "It's hidden. Often people go 8 to 10 years before they get help," said Dr. Shane Kraus, a professor of psychology, and the Director of the addictions lab at UNLV.

K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3

An investigation is underway after pornographic material appeared suddenly via ZOOM during a public meeting in North Las Vegas hosted by the Nevada Secretary of State’s Office that involved young adults. Someone who joined the meeting participated in what’s called ‘ZOOM Bombing.’ It’s a trend seen nationwide where people join a video conference and make disruptive comments or share offensive videos. It became popular in 2020 during the start of the pandemic when schools and corporations transitioned to online meetings and classes.

Newsweek

Flight attendants are doing a lot more than just saying "hello" and offering a warm welcome when passengers board a plane.A message overlaid on a viral post shared by TikTok user Miva (@mrsmiva), who is a flight attendant, according to videos shared on her profile, says: "Did you know that your flight attendant greets you not only out of politeness but also...to check whether you are too drunk or sick to fly?"

The Real Deal

Bruce Hiatt, owner of Luxury Realty Group, would prefer robots help sell homes instead of people. The Las Vegas broker hopes that artificial intelligence will take his real estate firm to the next level — and require fewer real estate agents in North America, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.

K.L.A.S. T.V. 8 News Now

The Las Vegas Monorail begs to differ. As buzz built over the weekend about the aging transit system’s future, the @lvmonorail account said definitively on X (formerly Twitter): “The report that the Las Vegas Monorail is winding down operations is 100% inaccurate. The Monorail is operating very successfully and the LVCVA has no plans to cease operations.” That post was at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday.

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