In town hall-style meetings in Las Vegas, university officials seek to reassure nervous parents — with limited success.
Students participated in the Derfelt Back-to-School event on Wednesday at Defelt Senior Center at 3343 W. Washington Ave.
The Art Institute of Las Vegas has been sold to a group of professors who have been in talks to buy the school since January.
The two meetings will address the concerns of students and families affected by the July 5 explosion that badly damaged two residential halls.
In 2016, accidents like suffocation or drowning were the leading cause of unnatural child deaths in Nevada.
The temporary injunction issued in District Court prevents the state charter authority from taking any action to shut the online charter school until its lawsuit is decided.
An outside law firm hired by the city of Henderson accuses former City Attorney Josh Reid of anonymously submitting public records requests and false complaints that ran up city bills.
Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo announced Wednesday he will join a growing Republican primary field for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District.
A boy who told a store employee Tuesday morning in the west Las Vegas Valley that his family abandoned him has been found, police announced.
Nellis Air Force Base once again will open its gates and display its hardware and abilities to the public at the Aviation Nation 2019 Air Space Expo.