Here are your Thursday morning headlines:
Students across the country and the Las Vegas Valley walked out of school yesterday as part of a nationwide protest against gun violence called National Walkout Day.
At least two dozens schools in Las Vegas area participated in walkouts, sit-ins and other presentations.
At least one donor to UNLV’s planned medical education building is pulling its donation after reports that university president Len Jessup is looking for a new job.
The Engelstad Family Foundation announced it would withdraw a $14 million donation. Foundation trustee Kris Engelstad McGarry said that the foundation “doesn’t trust the stewardship of the board of regents to handle our money…”
And Toys R Us is set to close or sell all of its stores in the US. The company’s CEO told employees that that all stores will be liquidated. There are less than 10 Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores in the Las Vegas area.
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