Federal official praises Clark County School District for its testing program, which detected elevated lead levels in water at three schools in late 2017 and early 2018.
With the severity of his heart condition unknown, it’s too soon to say when — or even if — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders might return to the campaign trail.
John Entsminger, general manager of the Southern Nevada Water Authority, estimates there is a 70 percent chance that legislators to the south will approve the plan by a Jan. 31 deadline set by federal officials.
Thursday’s 6-0 vote by the Southern Nevada Water Authority board aims to keep more water in the shrinking river system through voluntary cuts. The deal isn’t done, though, as Arizona and California are still debating their cuts.
People packed the Chaparral High School gymnasium Sunday evening to hear Michelle Obama, celebrities and local leaders speak on the importance of registering to vote. They called on the crowd to ensure they were registered — and to ensure their friends, family and colleagues were registered — with Election Day around the corner.
The White House played hooky for a couple of hours Wednesday afternoon along with more than 250 students, parents and coaches from across the country, including the Las Vegas Patriots flag football team.
60 years later, the worst air disaster in Las Vegas history carries safety as its legacy
An undocumented Mexican immigrant held for about 10 days after showing up for an interview with immigration authorities in Las Vegas was released Friday morning, advocacy groups said.
Cecilia Gomez walked into the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Las Vegas last month for what she thought would be a routine interview. Instead she was taken into custody and ordered deported.
The White House on Monday dismissed a claim by adult film star Stormy Daniels that she was threatened in Las Vegas to stay quiet about her allegation of a sexual affair with Donald Trump before he was elected president.