Chairman of the UNLV stadium board Don Snyder said he’s finalized negotiations with a Dallas-area consulting company, meaning the firm can start advising the 11-member panel next month on the need, size, cost and possible funding for an on-campus stadium.
The burden of college costs will climb in coming years for students in Nevada.
Solar panels have been installed on the rooftops and in the parking lot of the Desert Research Institute in Reno.
Charges were dropped against two Clark County School District teachers accused of having sex with a 16-year-old student, but they and the district now face a federal civil lawsuit brought by the girl’s family.
Two local school officials who acknowledged illegally spending taxpayer dollars on a bond campaign survived a state investigation with no penalty, but the Clark County School District’s head attorney is now under review by the State Bar of Nevada for advising them they could do so.
Students one nudge away from dropping out will go to teacher Rodney Ball’s class but skip all others.
Nevada State Bank is launching a “Beautiful Nevada Essay Contest” asking the state’s students to answer the question, “What Makes Nevada Beautiful to You?”
Antonio was released from CCDC in August and now attends Rancho High School as a senior. He said last week that he feels “out of place” back at school, but he shares something with a growing number of Clark County students. He’s homeless.
A male inmate convicted of second-degree murder in 2008 died at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City on Wednesday.
Clark County prosecutors slapped former Wengert Elementary School teacher Melvyn Sprowson with four new charges of unlawful use of a minor in production of pornography after authorities found images of a 16-year-old girl on her cell phone.