The criminal, federal and a health district investigation makes progress as the health district says they can genetically link four of the hepatitis C cases to one person on September 21, 2007. Reporter Edward Lawrence talks to lawmakers about the case.More>>
The hepatitis outbreak is the largest public health crisis in Nevada state history. The Chief Deputy District Attorney prosecuting the case says there will be criminal charges and it will involve a number of defendants. Reporter Edward Lawrence has the details.More>>
Lawsuits against the owners of the Endoscopy Center of Southern Nevada may be getting closer to a trial date. Friday, attorneys on both sides of the case met for a second time to iron out the steps they need to take in order to go to court. Adrienne Augustus was at the meeting; she has the latest on the hearing in her report.More>>
Find out the latest information about the investigation as well as answers to the many questions people have asked.More>>
Another lawsuit is going to be filed over the hepatitis cases and unsafe medical practices. Attorney Jerry Gillock is going to sue a number of groups. They include the Endoscopy Center as well as a company hired for quality control.
Gillock is also going to go after the manufacturer and distributor of the anesthesia which was in vials that were reused.
Gillock will appear on "Face to Face with Jon Ralston" Friday on Las Vegas One, Cox Cable Channel 19.
Wednesday, June 19 2013 7:06 PM EDT2013-06-19 23:06:17 GMT
LAS VEGAS -- Obesity is an epidemic that's plagued our nation for decades. The American Medical Association now labels obesity a disease. There are 78 million obese adults and 12 million obese children. ElectedMore>>
Elected officials are trying to combat the obesity crisis in Las Vegas. On Wednesday, the Las Vegas City Council passed a resolution that increases access to healthy food options in under served areas.More>>
Tuesday, June 4 2013 12:58 PM EDT2013-06-04 16:58:12 GMT
TUESDAY, June 4 (HealthDay News) -- Compared to nonsmoking employees, every staff member who lights up costs their employer nearly $6,000 more each year, according to a new report. The researchers foundMore>>
Compared to nonsmoking employees, every staff member who lights up costs their employer nearly $6,000 more each year, according to a new report.More>>
Thursday, May 2 2013 6:25 PM EDT2013-05-02 22:25:44 GMT
We usually think of women when we talk about breast cancer, but men are affected as wellin fact about 2-thousand men in this country country are diagnosed with breast cancer everyone, and about 400 die from the disease.More>>
Most discussions about breast cancer tend to focus on women, but men are also affected by the disease. Every year, nearly 2,000 men in this country are diagnosed with breast cancer.More>>