The former owner of a North Las Vegas behavioral health services company was convicted Monday of child abuse and lewdness with his adopted son and acquitted of sexual assault charges relating to his foster son.
A Board of Regents ad hoc search committee late Monday recommended University of Arizona business school dean Len Jessup as UNLV’s next president to the full board.
Health Plan of Nevada has reached a confidential settlement with all remaining clients who claimed they contracted hepatitis C at endoscopy clinics owned by Dr. Dipak Desai.
A former captain in the Las Vegas Township Constable’s office was ordered to dig up “unflattering information” on four high-ranking Nevada Highway Patrol officials critical of Constable John Bonaventura’s leadership in an effort to discredit and embarrass them, according to the latest round of allegations to hit the constable’s office.
Silverado High School will host the Empty Bowl Project Wednesday evening, serving soup and bread in student-made bowls to raise money to feed the hungry.
Three people were sentenced in federal court Monday in a conspiracy to distribute the synthetic drugs known as “spice” and “bath salts.”
Clark County has offered higher salary increases to staff affiliated with the Service Employees International Union in its latest offer in negotiations.
Clark County School Board members are backing away from their rebuke of a state investigation that alleged test cheating at Kelly Elementary School.
The Nevada Department of Corrections announced Monday that an inmate from Clark County who was serving multiple robbery and burglary sentences has died. Tracy Warren, 45, died on Sunday at the High Desert State Prison.
The Clark County Fire Department responded to a garage fire Monday evening in the southeast valley.