As high school students across the country examine this year’s unusual election in their civics classes, a group of teenagers in Las Vegas hope to do more than just observe the political process.
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Patricia Bass is a crossing guard. She’s almost been hit in the crosswalk several times. She worries about irate drivers attacking her when she stops traffic — just because they are in a hurry.
Depending on which candidate you ask, Southern Nevada voters are terrified of the approved plan to reorganize the Clark County School District. Or they love it. Or they have no idea what you’re talking about.
The Clark County School District Police Department and the Nevada Office of Traffic Safety will host the car seat giveaway Saturday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval abruptly abandoned plans Thursday to seek an even larger tax increase in an upcoming special session of the Legislature to plug a projected budget hole as conservative Republicans dug in their heels for a school choice program.
Calls regarding creepy clowns making threats to visit schools across Las Vegas Valley reached such a point this week that the Clark County School District held a press conference Thursday to quell fears that have spread among students and via social media.
Music powers potential. That was the message Judith Pinkerton, music therapist at American Addiction Centers and founder of Music4Life, left the student body with at the Hands on Ideas event at Clark High School Sept. 9.
Yuliya “Julie” Usyk wants her 22-month-old son Matthew to be more marketable, so she’s teaching him the language she grew up with: Russian.
A committee tasked with finding Nevada’s next higher education boss has signed off on hiring a consultant to conduct a national search.
Gov. Brian Sandoval, a day after signaling he’d leave funding for education savings accounts to lawmakers next year, on Friday left open the possibility it could be considered at an upcoming special session.