All 78 state courts are now reporting dispositions to the state criminal information repository, but it will take until mid-2018 to erase a backlog of nearly 900,000 old records, state lawmakers were told Monday.
Clark County School District and the nation’s six other largest school systems have heeded the call of President Barack Obama to bring computer science courses to more students, the White House announced Monday.
Henderson police were called to Berry Plastics, where a worker died, on Monday morning.
A witness statement revealed during a Monday public fact-finding review of a police shooting in Laughlin earlier this year contradicts Metro’s version of the moments leading up to a man’s death.
A school bus carrying four children collided with another vehicle about 3:45 p.m. Monday, according to Las Vegas police said.
Three new utility-scale solar power arrays are a step closer to construction just north of the Las Vegas Valley under a new federal initiative aimed at fast-tracking renewable energy development on public land.
The Nevada Supreme Court has officially disbarred former Family Court Judge Steven Jones.
Federal prosecutors are seeking to recover $13 million from seven defendants charged in a betting scheme that accepted wagers on the World Cup soccer tournament.
A man wanted in connection with a fatal Saturday morning shooting turned himself in on Sunday, Las Vegas police said.
A Canadian woman was in serious condition after being struck by a party bus on the Strip early Monday.