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Camalot Todd

Camalot Todd, a graduate of the UNLV Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies, covers nonprofits, social justice, diversity and demographics. She started at the company in 2016 as an intern, collecting data for election coverage. In her free time, she likes to bake gluten-free goodies, and rescue bunnies.

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  • News

    Friday, Feb. 15, 2019

    In the U.S., there’s 4,400 unidentified bodies recovered and logged annually, according to National Missing and Unidentified Persons System. Of those, 1,000 stay nameless after a year and small counties near the border account for a large portion of those.

  • Stage

    Monday, Feb. 11, 2019

    The Vagina Monologues hasn't been performed in Vegas in two years ... and we need it now more than ever.

  • News

    Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019

    During a traumatic event, it’s normal to feel stress and fear. It’s often what saves our lives and is the body’s natural fight-or-flight mechanism, helping us defend against or avoid danger. But if elements of that fight-or-flight reaction continue after the traumatic event, or if you’re replaying it on a loop after months have passed, it could signal the presence of post-traumatic stress disorder and a need for treatment.

  • News

    Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019

    First and foremost, self-care isn’t a one-size-fits-all deal. It’s the reflection of what makes you—regardless of your generation—feel better and recharged after a rough day, week, month or decade. Below are some tips and tricks to help you figure out what refills your cup.

  • News

    Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019

    About a fifth of U.S. adults struggle with mental illness, but only 41 percent of that group received services in the past year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

  • News

    Friday, Jan. 25, 2019

    Infant mortality rates are nearly double for African-Americans in Nevada compared with other ethnicities in the state. One-third of Native American children are part of families that live below the federal poverty level. One-fifth of Hispanics in the state are without health insurance. A quarter of Pacific Islanders are homeowners, compared with 65 percent of whites.

  • News

    Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019

    Two-thirds of Americans can't pass a basic financial literacy test, according to a study of 80,000 people by FINRA Investor Education Foundation. That means the majority do not have the knowledge needed to make smart financial decisions, potentially costing them thousands of dollars over a lifetime in missed investment opportunities, debt, poor saving habits and more.

  • News

    Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019

    Through its offerings, the nonprofit serves approximately 500 individuals a year, from newborns to those 25 years of age, and contracts with the Clark County Juvenile Detention Center and Clark County Department of Family Services.

  • News

    Thursday, Dec. 27, 2018

    At the end of each year, the clock strikes midnight, welcoming a brand new beginning. And perhaps it’s the Champagne, or the fireworks illuminating Las Vegas Boulevard, but this year, you’re determined to make your resolutions stick.

  • News

    Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018

    For some people, libraries contain magic. There’s the smell of musty paper, the sight of waves of shelves lined with books, and the warmth of quiet nooks tucked beneath windows. For others, libraries can be a scary place.