A $425,000 grant from the city of Las Vegas will go toward an expansion of the Neon Museum.
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A historic park in North Las Vegas will double in size and the Hoover Dam Visitor Center will get new exhibits as part of the latest round of projects funded by federal land auctions in the Las Vegas Valley.
Tensions between the Clark County School Board and Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky escalated into several heated exchanges Wednesday as Skorkowsky confronted trustees about political maneuvering to diminish his role in the district’s reorganization.
The 13-year-old boy who was killed Friday at a west valley smoke shop was shot multiple times in the back and at least once in the head, the boy’s father said Wednesday. That information could help explain why investigators decided Monday to pursue a murder charge against the smoke shop clerk accused of firing the fatal shots.
Clark County School District D Trustee Kevin Child denied accusations against him about inappropriate conduct and disruptions at schools, two days after Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky issued guidelines that restricts Child’s interactions with schools and staff.
Housing advocates have sued mortgage giant Fannie Mae, alleging a “stark pattern of discriminatory conduct” over its upkeep of foreclosed homes in Las Vegas and dozens of other metro areas.
Henderson police conducted a raid Wednesday in the criminal investigation into the 2015 death of attorney Susan Winters.
The Nevada attorney general’s office has filed a motion asking a district court to clarify or alter its order concerning applications for the education savings account program.
A Nevada man who authorities say is a member of the New Jersey crime family believed to be the model for HBO’s “The Sopranos” has admitted plotting the death of an organized crime rival.
Harry Reid isn’t your typical politician. He isn’t handsome or charming, he doesn’t like to socialize and he is barely civil at times, much less warm and friendly.