The Clark County School Board voted Thursday to approve an extension to Superintendent Jesus Jara’s contract in a 4-3 vote.
In the near future, Las Vegans may be able to experience the perfect safari. Or even walk on the moon.
The Nevada Legislature is considering a bill that would require any police officer who interacts with the public to be equipped with a body camera.
Las Vegas police and fire and rescue personnel held an event Thursday to remind the public about the dangers of leaving children and pets in hot cars.
Entertainment pros in Caesars Entertainment productions had hoped this month would signal reopenings of their shows. Instead, some of those shows are being cut loose.
Lawrence Artl III, 37, was booked on felony counts of a school employee engaging in sexual conduct with a pupil 16 or older and attempting to prevent a witness from testifying.
Pro-Israel demonstrators gathered outside The Venetian on the Las Vegas Strip on Wednesday during a rally in support of Israel.
Attorneys have linked a Nevada woman’s death to an outbreak of liver illness that health officials tied to a local bottled water company, according to a new lawsuit.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board has waived occupancy restrictions at some Las Vegas casinos. Here’s a list of casinos now allowed to operate at 100 percent capacity.
With the state’s fiscal outlook dramatically improved, lawmakers on Wednesday restored more than $301 million in planned cuts to Medicaid enacted in a special session last summer.