December 16, 2010 - 12:00 am
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By Paul Pearson / RJ
The Las Vegas Ice Theatre has set up a GoFundMe page to help replace the items that were stolen.
Clark County Sheriff Kevin McMahill laid out his ambitious goals to reduce crime by 10 percent this year and build bridges between communities to reduce crime and possibly recruit residents.
By Colton Lochhead / RJ
One of the Colorado River’s two major reservoirs is expected to collect better than average runoff this year, thanks to an unusually wet La Niña pattern that dropped a deluge of snow up and down the basin.
Fifteen Black residents were honored Tuesday by Clark County for their contributions to Las Vegas during a ceremony celebrating Black History Month.
The Clark County School Board approved a $1.4 million purchasing award for a company to provide primary care services for support professionals and police.
By Lorraine Longhi / RJ
The Clark County Education Association laid out its plan to create a homegrown teacher pipeline and improve school safety as Nevada’s 82nd regular legislative session kicked off on Monday.
The Clark County School District Police Department is teaching a Law Enforcement Against Drugs and Violence (L.E.A.D.) program to sixth-graders. It will add high schools next school year.
The Southern Nevada Health District announced Monday that norovirus may be the cause of an outbreak in late January at a Las Vegas elementary school.
By Tony Garcia / RJ
Another long-running entertainment legend has announced a new residency in Las Vegas.
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