The Clark County School Board approved a rigorous strategic plan on Thursday that includes data-driven goals aimed at improving the massive district.
Stan Armstrong stood in front of students at Rancho High School on Thursday afternoon, recounting his participation in race riots on campus a half-century ago.
The Animal Foundation of Las Vegas hosted its “Reading to the Dogs” event Thursday.
Dr. Robert Green met Martin Luther King Jr. in 1956 while working as a taxicab driver in San Francisco.
Monday is the 22nd day of the Nevada Legislature’s 2019 session — there are 98 to go. It’s another deadline day for new legislation so both chambers should see a healthy number of new bills hit the floor.
For more than 15 years, Claytee White has been hearing stories of Southern Nevada’s history told directly by the people who made it.
We’ll continue to cover the public meetings where education officials set policy and discuss finances, but this series will add new conversations with the people who are impacted by the decisions made in those boardrooms to the mix.
Many students celebrated an unexpected day off from school Friday, but some parents questioned the Clark County School District’s decision to cancel classes the day after a rare snowstorm blanketed the valley.
A group of middle school girls jumped in the driver’s seat Thursday to get a firsthand look at emerging careers in the technology and engineering fields.
The Clark County School District announced schools will be closed Friday because of weather.