A farewell note: It’s goodbye for now, but perhaps we’ll meet again at a time and place that’s better for Nevada’s children.
Lenoard Nielsen and Ed Hall, believed to be the last two survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor living in Las Vegas, aren’t sure that the lessons from the “date that will live in infamy” will withstand the test of time.
An academic consultant for The International School of Hospitality and professor emeritus at UNLV, Shock’s life will be celebrated by friends, colleagues and students.
“This is a level of oversight I welcome,” Superintendent Jesus Jara said before Clark County School District trustees discussed his evaluation Thursday night. “I’m not afraid of being held accountable.”
Ward 1 Councilman Isaac Barron was first elected to the North Las Vegas City Council in 2013. He intends run for the Clark County Commission in District D.
Previously known as Pack Advantage, the Nevada Guarantee covers tuition, fees and books, as well as academic support to help students graduate in four years.
The Clark County Planning Commission approved plans Tuesday for a new Siegel Suites rental complex next to the Hard Rock Hotel.
Nevada’s 1970s shield law protecting journalists from having to reveal sources applies to digital as well as legacy media, the state’s highest court ruled Thursday.
City Manager Ryann Juden will get to spend millions of dollars how he sees fit on upgrading North Las Vegas’ jail ahead of its reopening next summer.
Hunter, the Belgian Malinois patrol dog, was awarded a hero’s medal by the City Council for the K-9’s actions to bring down an armed suspect in October.