Nevada State College business students have some state-of-the-art tools to help expand their knowledge of the financial markets and gain a new perspective on the day-to-day global nature of monetary environments.
NV Energy handed a $6.25 million check to Clark County School District on Thursday, making it the largest one-time rebate that the electricity provider has ever given.
Music teacher Scott Taflin regularly peruses the aisles of gently used school supplies available at the Public Education Foundation’s Teacher Exchange center.
Southern Nevada’s bread-and-butter industry gets relatively low marks for its earnings prospects in a sweeping national study of college majors and their salary potential.
With Nevada educators and some lawmakers seeking new revenue to fund public education, Democratic legislators have proposed a new 1 percent tax on a wide range of services, from hair salons to plumbing repairs, landscaping and diaper services. And, possibly, even brothels.
Could hibernating squirrels help reawaken the Las Vegas economy? Diversification has become the favorite buzzword for weaning the valley from the reliance on tourism and construction that has proven so painful during the past three years.