Many educators and parents wonder how the school district found up to $20 million to pay for professional development raises, ending a weekslong impasse over the issue.
The cooling issues at Durango High School are happening in the midst of an excessive heat warning issued for the Las Vegas Valley.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore led the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition in a 6-4 vote Tuesday to disband after 20 years, with its most important responsibility transferred to another agency.
The Clark County School District filed for an injunction in court on Monday to stop what the district called a “crippling strike” that the teachers union has threatened for Sept. 10 amid stalled contract negotiations.
Gail Hudson wiped back an abundance of tears as she stood in the courtyard of Hummel Elementary on Monday, overwhelmed by the surprise honor of Nevada’s Teacher of the Year.
Veterans and their loved attended the 11th Armored Calvary Regiment 34th annual reunion at the Westgate on Saturday in Las Vegas.
A group of Native American students at UNLV wants the university to remove the statue of its mascot from campus, and make other changes to create a more welcoming atmosphere for indigenous students and staff.
A brief look at how Clark County School District and the teachers union got to this point:
Union leaders meet to consider next steps, potentially including a strike, as district calls offer the “most significant increase in compensation and benefits” in over a decade.
Nevada is asking a federal judge to amend a lawsuit so the state can force the federal government to remove a half metric ton of plutonium secretly shipped to the Nevada National Security Site last fall.