More than 1,000 struggling seniors are being excluded from Nevada’s graduation rate calculation under direction from the Nevada Department of Education.
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The Nevada Taxicab Authority remains gridlocked in its efforts to clamp down on the practice that regularly gives the Southern Nevada tourism industry one of its biggest black eyes — illegal long-hauling to jack up fares.
Officials used to count North Las Vegas’ options for averting financial ruin on two hands, but then came a court decision taking away its authority to freeze millions of dollars in long-sought union pay raises.
Richard N. Velotta, the Review-Journal’s new Road Warrior writer, sees the column “as raising our collective ability to get around, sometimes out of town, on just about anything that moves.”
Las Vegas was once regarded as an “open city” for more than two dozen Mafia families across the country. Many had representatives in Las Vegas for decades, with Chicago being the most dominant.
The U.S. House voted last week to suspend a new tax penalty facing Americans who do not purchase health insurance required under the Affordable Care Act.
A national group is launching a $500,000 TV ad campaign and website targeting Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller, a Democrat running for Nevada attorney general, painting him as a politician leading the high life and taking freebies.
A plane became entangled in the strings of a skydiver’s parachute, sending both crashing into the ground near Tampa, Fla., with both the pilot and jumper hospitalized with minor injuries.
A Las Vegas woman was arrested in connection with the drowning of her 3-year-old son in the northwest Las Vegas Valley on Saturday night, police said.
A new interactive photo taken from the spire of the nearly completed World Trade Center tower offers stunning 360-degree views that can be zoomed in and out.