Stan Armstrong stood in front of students at Rancho High School on Thursday afternoon, recounting his participation in race riots on campus a half-century ago.
The Animal Foundation of Las Vegas hosted its “Reading to the Dogs” event Thursday.
Dr. Robert Green met Martin Luther King Jr. in 1956 while working as a taxicab driver in San Francisco.
For more than 15 years, Claytee White has been hearing stories of Southern Nevada’s history told directly by the people who made it.
Students in Clark County won’t have a snow day after all, the Clark County School District, announced Thursday morning.
As the Legislature considers the future of the scholarships for low-income students, which are funded by business tax credits, a Department of Education study of the program raises questions about its efficacy.
Tanner Reynolds remembers the stinging pain of the gravel, cold from the winter air, rubbing against his face that day in December. “This isn’t right,” he recalled thinking to himself.
Health officials have decided against shuttering an Amargosa Valley boarding school after a visit to the facility showed that steps were being taken to ensure students’ safety.
Karla Loria, a native of Costa Rica, currently serves as the human capital officer and student support officer at the Harrison School District Two in Colorado, Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara announced Friday.
A teacher at a private boarding school in Amargosa Valley has been arrested on a child abuse charge, and an investigation has revealed that the school’s water is contaminated with arsenic.