Burning Man organizers say they won’t challenge the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s plans to cap their attendance at current levels.
When does the School Board meet in private, and what do they talk about? And what are those “CONFIDENTIAL” items that the board votes on without notifying the public?
The inaugural class in the Valley Health System program is comprised of 10 residents in the family medicine program and 16 in the general surgery program.
The bill calls for consent-based siting in new permanent and temporary sites, but not to those in Nevada, New Mexico and Texas currently under review.
The Stonewall Democratic Club of Southern Nevada, an LGBTQ organization, hosted a small but spirited watch party for the first 2020 presidential primary debate.
Nevada State College in Henderson will expand its teaching program with a new 65,000-square-foot building that will break ground by year’s end, according to officials.
Military moms-to-be and new military moms attended the annual Star-Spangled Babies baby shower, held annually by Operation Homefront, in Las Vegas.
Nevada Army Guard Sgt. 1st Class David Gallagher was remembered as fit, courageous and dedicated at a memorial service Friday at the Clark County Armory.
North Las Vegas City Attorney Micaela Moore and Deputy City Attorney Christopher Craft were named among the top government lawyers in the state.
Union representing 170 Clark County School District deans whose jobs were cut in budget cuts says School Board improperly OK’d the action in closed meeting.