A discussion and subsequent call for a vote surrounding a decrease in enhanced funding at the state’s community colleges caused one education official to accuse the Nevada Board of Regents of violating the state’s open meeting law Friday.
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Jurors considering a murder charge against a white South Carolina former police officer who shot and killed a fleeing black motorist last year told a judge on Friday they were unable to reach a verdict.
Supporters of Republican Donald Trump filed a federal lawsuit trying to halt Wisconsin’s ongoing presidential recount, and Michigan’s attorney general on Friday sued to stop a recount from happening in his state.
Christian Harned, 24, was reported missing on Tuesday and later was found dead in the northwest valley.
Thousands of people were preparing Friday morning to get their first look at what remains of their homes and businesses in Gatlinburg after a wildfire tore through the resort community in the eastern Tennessee mountains, killing 11 people and damaging hundreds of homes and businesses.
On Friday, the San Bernardino community will remember the 14 people killed and 22 others who were wounded one year ago.
The crash happened at the intersection of Ann Road and Coleman Street, near Simmons Street.
The sons of convicted spy Ethel Rosenberg returned to the White House on Thursday, more than 50 years after pleading unsuccessfully to spare her life, in a last-ditch appeal to President Barack Obama to exonerate her amid new evidence.
Families are preparing to receive the bodies of the victims of this week’s air tragedy in Colombia as experts develop a clearer picture of how things went so terribly wrong with a charter flight that slammed into a mountainside.
It’s rodeo time again in Las Vegas, and the first night of action at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo didn’t disappoint the throngs of fans who packed UNLV’s Thomas & Mack Center.