A Reno eighth-grader says his First Amendment rights were violated after a teacher told him to cover up his pro-gun T-shirt, according to a federal civil rights lawsuit filed Tuesday.
A seat on the Nevada Board of Regents made vacant by now-Las Vegas Councilman Cedric Crear will be filled temporarily by North Las Vegas resident and MGM executive Anthony Williams.
Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival, featuring 45 events over nine days, is proving a hot ticket in its eighth year.
The walls of Bertha Ronzone Elementary School are adorned clothed with art — paintings of mountains, miniature stick people, skies full of clouds.
Valley High School senior Kyle “Kai” Catarata was presented with a $1,000 scholarship from the Henderson Writers Group at the nonprofit group’s annual banquet Saturday. Catarata plans to pursue a degree in political science at UNLV in the fall.
Threats made on social media against a Las Vegas middle school prompted extra security on campus Monday.
Dr. Tina Brandon Abbatangelo, a professor of clinical practices at UNLV, is also a volunteer with the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation, a children’s book author and the reigning Ms. Nevada.
At a specialized lab, UNLV researchers use microscopic volcano debris to solve prehistoric mysteries.
Nevada families can get a boost in saving for college by applying to the Silver State Matching Grant program now through July 31.
Nevada State College is developing a program to boost the number of speech therapists with master’s degrees who work in Clark County schools.