A Las Vegas Valley woman is up in arms after her pit bull was euthanized a half-hour after it was transported to a local shelter.
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Clark County School District trustees agreed Thursday night to look further into the possibility of a forensic audit of the district’s multibillion dollar budget.
Planned Parenthood and affiliated groups met in a town hall-style event Thursday night at the Clark County Library in protest of U.S. Sen. Dean Heller’s policies and his support of President Donald Trump.
State Sen. Heidi Gansert said a lawsuit is “meritless” in its claim that she is violating Nevada’s separation-of-powers clause by working for a university and serving as a state legislator.
Every school in Nevada would be required to establish and maintain a library — with a dedicated librarian — under a proposal presented to the Senate education committee.
Students who are not on track to graduate from high school in four years will be given an individualized graduation plan under the provisions in a bill introduced Thursday in the Senate education committee.
The Clark County School District announced Thursday that it will voluntarily dismiss its lawsuit over a mandated reorganization and file a new complaint after a vote in an open meeting.
Nevada middle and high school students would learn about organ and tissue donation in health class, according to a proposal presented to the Senate education committee.
Officials at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area are warning visitors to expect delays — longer than usual — on the park’s 13-mile drive starting next week.
Republicans and Democrats could scrap Nevada’s caucus system in favor of a presidential primary under a bill to be considered in the state Legislature.
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