Multiple efforts are now underway to multiply the number of families that can offer stable temporary homes to abused and neglected children.
A growing number of Nevada veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder are choosing medical marijuana to help them heal.
As soon as the sun set, the lights took over. The ice skating rink in Downtown Summerlin was ready to make your shopping experience a little brighter.
Running a pawn shop that doubles as the set for a popular reality TV show is no easy task.
Nevada’s underperforming public schools are about to feel the squeeze from state education officials who have long identified the chronic strugglers but have done little more than watch them.
The Nevada Transportation Department is awaiting results of safety study after deciding earlier this year not to install any more of Trinity Highway Products’ ET-Plus guardrails, which have been blamed on passenger injuries in other states.
Four people and two pets were displaced early Sunday morning after a house fire in Henderson.
Del Sol High School teacher Tina Miller gives students a lift other math hurdles, named October Educator of the Month.
One man died late Saturday night after a car crashed into a power post in the northeast valley, according to Las Vegas police.
November weather continued its warm streak in Las Vegas on Saturday, breaking the 2000 record high temperature of 74 by 4 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.