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Army parachutist, videographer has done nearly 7,500 jumps

When Scott Janise was growing up in the east valley, his mother Patti Janise never thought that he would be jumping out of airplanes. “When he started jumping, he would call me to tell me when he was going to jump,” Patti said. “I told him, ‘Please don’t tell me until afterward.’ I would literally bite my nails, just worried to death.”

Las Vegas police say child sexual predators come in all shapes, sizes

Childhood sexual abuse is a traumatic experience and life-altering experience. While every case is different, child abuse prevention experts say when it comes to pedophiles, there are signs that can prevent abuse.

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Dining events and news for Nov. 10-16, 2016

View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.

‘President Squid’ will amuse even the politically weary

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.”

Literary Las Vegas: Thomas D. Powers

Henderson writer Thomas D. Powers shares a family-focused saga in his novel “Mother, Father, Son.”