In an email to staff, officials said a special paycheck run to make up for the pay shortages “is not feasible at this time.”
A judge on Thursday sided with a North Las Vegas motion to alter a previous judgment. The judge originally granted a motion to dismiss the case in September.
The exercises may resemble real-life scenarios, according to a statement from the university, including unusual police scanner activity or social media posts.
Nevada received a failing grade for on the latest state road report card based off 16 essential traffic safety laws.
The reading exercise, ‘Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl,’ spurred a history teacher’s and his students’ passion.
Business owner Chris Shank is planning to run for the Clark County School District Board, targeting the northeast-area District B seat currently held by Trustee Chris Garvey.
The School Board on Thursday authorized the district’s legal counsel to begin the settlement process in two cases involving a former Adams Elementary School teacher.
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.