The Nevada Highway Patrol will be joining forces Friday with the California Highway Patrol and other agencies to target the highly traveled Interstate 15 corridor between Primm and Las Vegas.
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In a back room at the Grant Sawyer Building early Wednesday evening, about 30 high school students from Veteran’sTribute Career and Technical Academy sat down as goopy, fake red blood was blotched onto their faces and worn-out T-shirts. Together, they got ready to play dead.
Central administration cuts, overhauling teacher training and increasing student class sizes helped balance the budget, which is about a $7 million increase in spending from 2015-16.
North Las Vegas’ budget will include 79 additional full-time jobs for the 2016-17 fiscal year, about 90 fewer than the city had hoped to add.
Boulder City, the “Home of Hoover Dam,” has picked a new police chief: Timothy J. Shea, a former Las Vegas Justice Court supervising marshal starts June 1.
Two people were hospitalized after a crash involving a motorcycle and a sport utility vehicle in the central valley Wednesday afternoon.
The nation’s largest man-made reservoir slipped to a new record low sometime after 7 p.m. Wednesday, and forecasters from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation expect see its surface drop another 2 feet through the end of June.
Friday marks the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Clark County public defender, and the first man appointed to run the office, Richard Bryan, recently talked past and present with Phil Kohn, the man who leads it now.
Landing gear collapsed during an aircraft’s landing at McCarran International Airport on Wednesday afternoon. About 4:15 p.m., a Cessna’s landing gear “collapsed” when it landed at McCarran International Airport, spokeswoman Christine Crews said. One person was on board the aircraft, and no injuries were reported, she said.
Henderson City Councilman Sam Bateman announced Wednesday that he will run for a Henderson Justice Court judge position that recently became vacant.
A school bus collided with another vehicle in North Las Vegas Wednesday afternoon.
Las Vegas police are investigating an explosive device that went off Tuesday night, sending one person to University Medical Center’s trauma unit.
The Las Vegas area tumbled 10 spots this year to land near the bottom of a list ranking the health and community fitness of the nation’s 50 most populated metropolitan areas.
Plans to turn around Southern Nevada’s teacher shortage are in the hands of state lawmakers. A nonprofit group of almost 60 education, business and government leaders on Tuesday unveiled recommendations they came up with during five months of brainstorming sessions on how to improve schools.
During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Henderson City Council approved a $509 million budget for fiscal year 2017, which starts July 1.
Henderson on Tuesday night swore in Rodney T. Burr to fill the interim municipal court judge seat that became vacant after Judge Diana Hampton was found dead in her home in March.
A man was taken to the hospital Tuesday morning after a kitchen fire broke out in a Henderson townhouse.
Jose Tinoco achieved a longtime dream two months ago by opening an auto body repair shop just south of Nellis Air Force Base. The business bearing his name was permitted by the secretary of state’s office and Clark County, but Tinoco said he didn’t realize he needed to be licensed by a third agency: the Department of Motor Vehicles.
A judge this week vacated the conviction of a woman who said her gambling addiction led to stealing more than $500,000 from a business where she worked.
This week marks the beginning of the national Click It or Ticket campaign, a multi-jurisdictional law enforcement program focused on saving lives.
A Las Vegas pimp who lured a teenager into prostitution and tortured her for months was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Southern Nevada’s higher education institutions awarded a growing number of degrees this month, prolonging a yearslong surge at all three schools.
A federal appeals court has reinstated a woman’s sexual harassment case against former Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura.