A person was killed in what Las Vegas police say might be a road rage-induced shooting Thursday night.
It took a 13-year-old student’s suicide and almost a year, but Clark County School District officials presented new anti-bullying policies Thursday to fall in line with state laws requiring that principals immediately investigate bullying reports and notify parents.
Rep. Joe Heck took himself out of the running for a U.S. Senate race in 2016, saying Thursday it would complicate his duties as a congressman and newly promoted brigadier general in the U.S. Army Reserve.
About $18 million in new school buses will soon be bought for Clark County School District students, replacing 50 vehicles beyond repair and adding 75 more to the 1,691-bus fleet next school year.
UNLV provost and presidential finalist John White was about halfway through answering questions during a public forum Thursday when economics professor Bill Robinson stood and asked how White would be different as president than he has been as provost.
A woman was hospitalized Thursday evening after she got hit by a car at the intersection of Civic Center Drive and Las Vegas Boulevard, according to North Las Vegas police.
Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno was recognized Thursday as the only Nevada hospital that exceeded key quality measures last year related to treatments aimed at increasing the chances for healthy outcomes for its patients.
Las Vegas police, Clark County firefighters and community leaders aren’t expecting a riot this week, but they are prepared for one.
A Nevada inmate died Oct. 30 from a medical condition, the Nevada Department of Corrections announced Thursday.
Republicans passed over Sen. Dean Heller for the job of protecting their new majority in the U.S. Senate.