A grant from MGM Resorts International was awarded to help support two demographics that are underrepresented among business owners; only 31.6 percent of firms in Nevada are minority-owned, and only 36.3 percent are women-owned, according to a 2012 report from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Throughout the scorching-hot weeks of August and September, marching bands and color guard teams across the Las Vegas Valley have been practicing the music, marching, teamwork and pageantry that go into each school’s production.
The 40-year-old Las Vegas entrepreneur is the founder of Coco Taps, a company that sells tools that allow users to tap into coconuts at home, as well as ready-to-drink coconuts that have already been tapped and branded. It’s a product he believes in so much, he’s in the process of legally changing his first name to fit the brand.
The Clark County School Board is set to vote next week on more than $7 million in legal settlements, payments resultingfrom two high-profile bullying and sexual misconduct cases involving students.
Justin Romero died from blunt force injuries after a four seat ATV he was riding in Saturday night with three other people crashed into a parked semitrailer.
Authorities have identified one of two people killed in a crash on Interstate 11 early Tuesday as a Henderson woman and named the driver suspected of slamming into their vehicle on the highway’s shoulder while impaired.
Shanice Stevens, a 2007 graduate of the former Southern Nevada Vocational Technical Center, hired to raise awareness of the programs it offers to spread financial savvy and economic opportunity to students of all ages.
The two were the sole Nevada representatives this past weekend at the Championships of the USA gymnastics meet at TD Garden in Boston. Twenty-five athletes nationwide qualified for the meet, with spots on the women’s USA Gymnastics Junior Team on the line.