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Although we may not have a history that extends as far back as other large cities, Las Vegas can still lay claim to traditions and events that carry a sense of community nostalgia. Chief among these are the Helldorado parade and rodeo that take place every May. Black-and-white photos of the very early celebrations from the 1930s tell the story of its colorful origins at a time when Las Vegas was a town of fewer than 10,000 residents.
Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging Installs First Toshiba Medical Vantage Galan 3T
Patients in Las Vegas, Nev., now have access to cutting-edge 3T MR exams at Steinberg Diagnostic Medical Imaging (SDMI) with the installation of the Vantage GalanTM 3T from Toshiba Medical, a Canon Group company. SDMI, one of the largest outpatient imaging centers in the United States and a 29-year research partner with Toshiba Medical, is the first healthcare provider in the country to install the Vantage Galan 3T. SDMI is leveraging the system’s patient-friendly features and streamlined operability to bring the most advanced MR technology to physicians for the betterment of their patients.
US.- Casinos in the United States experienced a growth in revenue by almost 7 percent year-over-year in March, as revealed by the University of Nevada Las Vegas Center for Gaming Research. The state currently has 27 percent of the nationwide gaming win.
Illinois police are highest paid, last in solving homicides
In a ranking of the best states to be in law enforcement, Illinois is near the top.
Monday is national Peace Officers Memorial Day. In honor of the occasion, financial site WalletHub has a ranking for the best states to wear the badge. Illinois ranked fourth overall, getting high marks for for how many officers are on the job and the nation’s highest average pay.
A giant step backward. A declaration of war. The worst legislation for women’s health in a generation.
These were among reactions to the May 4 passage of the American Health Care Act through the U.S. House of Representatives, from the American Civil Liberties Union, advocacy group UltraViolet and health care provider Planned Parenthood, which will lose all federal grants and reimbursements for a year if the bill were to clear the Senate.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas spring commencement took place on Saturday. Almost 2,900 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students were eligible to participate in the 2017 spring ceremony. Graduates ranged in age from 19 to 85 and hailed from 33 different states according to a university media advisory.