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Final impact of CCSD budget deficit extends beyond jobs lost

Through most of 2017, the size of the deficit and its impact on jobs were moving targets. Now that the School Board closed the roughly $62 million hole, it’s simply a sad chapter that further eroded trust in Nevada’s education system.

Home repair nonprofit helps Las Vegans, but Clark County a no-go

Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada offers free home repairs to many low-income families in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson. But because it gets no money through Clark County, its services do not go beyond city limits.

Drama envelops Teachers Health Trust in Clark County

Lawsuits, buyouts, silence leave future of embattled health-care provider for Clark County School District teachers and other staff in doubt.

 
Clark County School employees sue Teachers Health Trust

Class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges that employees paid more for health care than was promised and in some cases were sued over unpaid medical bills or were refused medical treatment.

Nevada’s increased education spending tries to hit a moving target

As the state’s population grows more diverse, more funding is going to help students from low-income families and English language learners. But education advocates say that doesn’t lift kids who aren’t in those challenged groups.

Trash, lawlessness targeted at shooting range near Las Vegas

The Bureau of Land Management is trying to clean up and close part of Southern Nevada’s most popular spot for target shooting, but the agency has its work cut out for it.

Clark County may sue to recover opioid epidemic expenses

The County Commission on Tuesday will consider joining states, cities and counties across the U.S. suing manufacturers and distributors of painkillers in an effort to recoup some of the expenses they have borne.

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