Coronavirus closures are resulting in mass Las Vegas blood shortages. Local blood drive centers are taking precautions and ask that people continue to donate.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada are shutting down for at least three weeks starting Monday, following the closure of K-12 schools in Clark County.
Clark County is closing all park and recreation facilities on Monday because of continuing concerns about the spread of coronavirus.
Dollar General is restricting its first hour of business to seniors, while other Las Vegas Valley grocers are cutting back on hours to deal with restocking shelves.
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Attendees are encouraged to bring photos, slides or negatives showing images from the 1960s-’90s to “Las Vegas: Snapshots of History,” set for 9-11 a.m. March 7 at Springs Preserve
Avi Newlyn Pacheco is among 13 ambassadors for 2020 chosen by the nonprofit Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Youth Well-Being Program.
A driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI Friday morning after he crashed into a school bus transporting 50 students, police said.
One person was hospitalized in critical condition after a three-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon in the southwest Las Vegas Valley, police said.
The charter school held a groundbreaking ceremony Feb. 6. The new campus will be on Patrick Lane and will accommodate up to 650 students in kindergarten through sixth grades.
Jose Israel Ramirez Gamez — a math teacher and graduation advocate at the school — has a rare, aggressive form of adrenal cancer. Students created a GoFundMe page.
A busy intersection in the southwest valley should be a bit safer starting today after a traffic signal was activated, just 10 months after the death of a 12-year-old.
The proposal calls for leasing 10 acres of public land in southwest Las Vegas to the Clark County School District to use as a future elementary school site.
The machine dispenses books for elementary students in exchange for good behavior. It cost the Clark County School District $2,500 and can fit about 500 books.
The Nevada Department of Public Safety opened the office on East Tropicana Avenue to help make it easier for area residents to comply with reporting requirements.