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K.T.N.V. T.V. ABC 13
September 15, 2022

Local medical experts say we are starting to see a significant shift in coronavirus in Southern Nevada.

K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3
September 15, 2022

The commissioner for the Mountain West Conference has announced his resignation, effective at the end of the year.

Las Vegas Sun
September 15, 2022

Mountain West Conference Commissioner Craig Thompson announced today that he is stepping down effective Dec. 31, after nearly 24 years at the helm of the conference.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 15, 2022

Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson announced Wednesday he is resigning from his position after 24 years. His final day will be Dec. 31.

Nursing News
September 15, 2022

UNLV Nursing doctoral student Carrie Jeffrey remembers when she realized how much she loved being an educator. It was during her time as a young practicing nurse, not one specific moment, but a collection of events that gave her a clue. "I found myself staying in rooms, trying to teach patients," Jeffrey recalls. "That's my bucket filler: explaining things to patients, new nurses and students who would come on our floor."

ClinicSpots
September 15, 2022

An ongoing outbreak of monkeypox, a viral disease, was confirmed in May 2022. The outbreak marked the first time monkeypox has spread widely outside Central and West Africa. From 18 May onwards, cases were reported from an increasing number of countries and regions.

Metro
September 14, 2022

You’ve heard of catfishing – when someone tries to present themselves as different and/or ‘better’ than they are in real life in some way – now it seems some people out there are flipping the script.

Investment News
September 14, 2022

When the Biden administration nominated Gary Gensler to be SEC chair, Knut Rostad had high hopes that the agency would fortify fiduciary duty, the standard of care for investment advisers that he has devoted his professional life to defending.

Metropolis Magazine
September 14, 2022

The casual elegance of architect Paul Revere Williams’ Southern California mansions attracted a host of celebrity clients, including Frank Sinatra, Cary Grant, Barbara Stanwyck, and Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Yet today the architect is celebrated as much for his improbable journey and the obstacles he overcame as for the remarkable quality of his work. Born in 1894, Williams, the orphan son of an African American fruit and vegetable merchant, would rise from his humble beginnings and the racial prejudice of his day to become one of America’s most respected architects.

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