“My peeps are begging me to stay in legislature for life.”
The Clark County School District is getting a tough lesson in math as it deals with surging enrollment and aging campuses, amid numbers that come nowhere near adding up. As the Review-Journal’s Trevon Milliard reported last week, the district plans to spend $301 million in the next five years on capital projects, including replacing one school entirely, renovating and replacing equipment at older schools, and adding portable classrooms to alleviate student crowding.
To the editor:
A woman went to a meet-and-greet for the band Boston recently and she told the group, “This is show No. 114 for me.” Boston guitarist Gary Pihl thought, “Wow, that’s more shows than my wife’s been to.”
It almost wasn’t fair. The NBA Summer League in Las Vegas had for nine previous years grown in a positive direction. More teams. More fans. More interest.
Las Vegas police are asking for help identifying two men they said committed a robbery Sunday morning. At approximately 10:25 a.m., the suspects robbed a business in the area of Rainbow and Cheyenne.
The 2014 Patriot Tour made a stop in Las Vegas on Monday.
Ty Kelly drove in four runs, including a game-tying three-run home run in the sixth inning, to help lead Tacoma to an 11-8 Pacific Coast League home victory over Las Vegas on Monday night.
Led by MVP guard Ray McCallum’s 29 points, Sacramento fought off fatigue and Houston, winning 77-68 and capturing the NBA Summer League championship.
More pictures and video have surfaced showing what happened before a city officer punched a woman at the city’s gay pride parade and festival last month, which the city’s police union contends show the officer was justified.