Clark County public schools tripled down Thursday on a controversial partnership with nonprofit Teach for America to provide up to 525 teachers over three years at a maximum cost of $2.1 million in addition to the teachers’ salaries.
The White Pine County Sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s help in finding a man connected with the homicide of his wife and the arson of his home and business.
A candlelight vigil for Hailee Lamberth, a 13-year-old who committed suicide a year ago Friday, cast a shadow on the Clark County School Board meeting Thursday, with participants trying to keep the pressure on district officials to improve how bullying is handled.
A 35-year-old man was shot and killed in the central valley, Las Vegas police said. Officers responded to the shooting at 7:46 p.m. Thursday in an alley at 208 N.13th St., near Ogden Avenue and Maryland Parkway
Republican Assembly leader John Hambrick abruptly shifted course Thursday and reinstalled Assemblywoman Michele Fiore as chairwoman of the Taxation Committee as turmoil continued within the GOP caucus.
Clark County’s diversity director appears poised for an $80,636 payday from her employer after the U.S. Department of Justice filed a wage discrimination lawsuit on her behalf against the county.
A dozen applicants are seeking an appointment to the vacant Nevada Assembly District 37 seat, coming from diverse backgrounds that include careers in law, state government and law enforcement
Southern Nevadans who say they lost thousands of dollars to a pyramid scheme run by Herbalife called on Nevada’s attorney general Thursday to investigate the company, which sells nutritional and weight-loss products.
A judge ordered Kyle Kuhn, who was shot by police in August, to serve one to three years in prison Thursday on a charge of resisting a public officer with the use of a dangerous weapon.
One of the two men who were arrested Tuesday in connection with a southwest valley pot bust also faces child abuse or neglect charges, according to Las Vegas police.