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.
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.
With the deadline to apply for federal student aid looming on Dec. 1, many college-bound students will begin looking for scholarships and other financial assistance.
Initiative to reach to reach Superintendent Jesus Jara’s goals by 2024 increases testing throughout the year and adds a new learning tool designed to lift lagging students.
The North Las Vegas Planning Commission will consider allowing the company Air Liquide to have 475,000 gallons of liquid hydrogen at a planned plant in Apex Industrial Park.
The partnership will focus on placing children who statistics indicate would otherwise have difficulty finding adoptive homes.
Henderson mom anguished after hearing an offender suffered relatively light discipline for unprovoked beating of her son on a high school campus.
A longstanding North Las Vegas redevelopment agency program, used infrequently, could help business owners make improvements to the exterior of their properties.
Henderson and North Las Vegas have introduced ordinances that would allow them to sidestep a state law requiring domestic abusers to be barred from having guns.
School leaders acknowledged the need for improvement and spelled out the efforts to address their problem areas to authority members.