Students participated in the Derfelt Back-to-School event on Wednesday at Defelt Senior Center at 3343 W. Washington Ave.
The two meetings will address the concerns of students and families affected by the July 5 explosion that badly damaged two residential halls.
In 2016, accidents like suffocation or drowning were the leading cause of unnatural child deaths in Nevada.
A boy who told a store employee Tuesday morning in the west Las Vegas Valley that his family abandoned him has been found, police announced.
Nellis Air Force Base once again will open its gates and display its hardware and abilities to the public at the Aviation Nation 2019 Air Space Expo.
A new option known as corequisite classes will roll out at UNLV this year to help meet the NSHE goal of completely replacing traditional stand-alone remedial classes by 2021.
Neil Armstrong’s astronaut training in Nevada went much more smoothly than his disastrous stops here in 1962, which ended with a stuck fighter jet and a hard landing.
In February 1965, Neil Armstrong and his fellow Apollo 11 crew members spent three days exploring at what was then known as the Nevada Test Site.
Social service providers can’t explain why the Southern Nevada Homeless Census found fewer homeless this year, but say that contradicts what they see from the trenches.
Former Las Vegas police Capt. Larry Burns was laid to rest Thursday. He was best known for his committment to policing “with love” in the Historic Westside.