Transcript shows how transit officials built case against Uber

A review of a 105-page transcript of the Nevada Transportation Authority’s case against contracted Uber driver Anthony Morris gives a snapshot of how regulators are building its case against Uber and how some drivers went into their roles with little idea that they would be caught, compelled to appear before a hearings officer, fined and have their vehicles taken from them.

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Musician treks to Mormon fort

Saturday night, O.A.R. keyboardist MikelParis will be playing Mandalay Bay. Friday afternoon, he’ll be at downtown’s Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park for his latest “TuneTrek” video.

Haleamaus receive arts council award

The Nevada Arts Council salutes Las Vegans Gary and Sheldeen Haleamau with its annual Nevada Heritage Award, honoring them for their work performing and teaching traditional Hawaiian music and dance.

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Nevada jobless rate falls to six-year low

The Silver State’s unemployment rate fell below 7 percent in November for the first time since 2008, as professional services and construction propelled job gains.

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EDITORIAL: Teachable moment

The Clark County School Board took a prudent step toward addressing the district’s ongoing licensed teacher shortage by expanding its partnership with Teach for America.

EDITORIAL: Pre-K not the way

The state’s education leaders are celebrating a federal grant that will allow five school districts to expand pre-kindergarten programs for 4-year-olds. They’re sold on the idea that the earlier a child begins school, the better the child will fare in elementary grades and beyond. As reported last week by the Review-Journal’s Trevon Milliard, the state will receive $6.4 million as part of a four-year award that could exceed $43 million.

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