Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s proposals for more education funding drew support even from Republican lawmakers following his first state of the state address Wednesday, but that welcome from across the political aisle didn’t extend to the Democratic’s proposals for labor, housing and business.
A new study of Henderson schools will give the city better data to attract new business and tailor services to help improve education.
Republican governor candidate and state Treasurer Dan Schwartz said he wants to strip the $750 million taxpayer subsidy earmarked for the Raiders’ stadium and use it to fix Nevada’s much maligned public education system.
Nevada’s largest school district — the fifth biggest in the nation — could become the first major public entity to leave NV Energy under a proposal headed to school board trustees this week.
More than nine months after UNLV and MGM Resorts International announced the creation of a bipartisan think tank, the two entities have assembled an initial list of advisory board members to set research priorities and lead the institute.
Information regarding a new bipartisan think tank at UNLV, to be chaired by former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and former Speaker of the House John Boehner, has been almost nonexistent. But progress is being made, Reid said Thursday.
In the wake of 9/11, UNLV created a master’s degree in crisis and emergency management to give students the tools to respond to threats of terrorism.
The idea to redevelop the east side of Maryland Parkway has been budding for at least 20 years.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and Nevada officials this week have signed several agreements with Polish authorities on a second trade mission to country.
Las Vegas Planning Commissioner Christina Roush is taking a stand against a mentality in the Las Vegas valley she sees as “build build build, and think about the schools later.”