Staff will be available to meet with families whose loved ones are unaccounted for from military conflicts ranging from the Vietnam War to World War II.
On the eve of National School Choice Week, Las Vegas will host its second annual School Choice Fair on Saturday, featuring 65 local schools.
J. Brin Gibson, general counsel to Gov. Steve Sisolak, is stepping down to a take a job in the private sector after serving for a year in the governor’s office.
Clark is one of three counties in Nevada recognized in the top five, according to the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.
North Las Vegas resident Oussama “Sam” Hajal, a physician for more than 20 years in Syria, is now studying at Touro University Nevada to become a physician assistant.
Gov. Steve Sisolak appointed longtime budget analyst Laura Freed to lead the Nevada Department of Administration, his office announced Wednesday.
Erica Stiles, a student at Touro University Nevada in Henderson, agreed to play a patient as part of a classroom ultrasound demonstration last year.
The School Board on Thursday will vote on $1.8 million in payments to settle two lawsuits alleging that a former special education teacher abused students.
The school district’s zoning commission abandoned some proposed boundary changes, but recommended moving ahead with changes for middle schools in Summerlin and North Las Vegas.
In the aftermath of the deadliest residential blaze in Las Vegas city history, county lawmakers want to explore taking steps in an effort to prevent a similar tragedy.