Next generation of news hounds has plenty of plaques to polish after 41st annual Las Vegas Review-Journal High School Journalism Awards.
Dozens of graduates and family members silently stood and walked out Sunday as Vice President Mike Pence began his address at Notre Dame’s commencement ceremony.
Several thorny issues remain as the clock ticks in Week 16 of the 2017 session.
About 100 fellow Western Governors University students graduated Saturday at The Smith Center.
Decades after Terri Miller heard that a Pahrump high school teacher was having sex with one of his students, her quest to stamp out the persistent problem continues.
The Desert Research Institute has been awarded a new multiyear contract to assist the U.S. Department of Energy with study and stewardship at the Nevada National Security Site.
Regent Allison Stephens accused Board Chairman Rick Trachok of “inappropriate and possibly illegal behavior” regarding the failed national search for a new chancellor to lead the Nevada System of Higher Education, a letter obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal shows.
A Legislative budget subcommittee on Thursday signed off on a big chunk of the public schools budget for the coming two years, voting to include $63 million in revenue from a new 10 percent retail tax on recreational marijuana as proposed by Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The Clark County School Board adopted a final $2.4 billion budget Wednesday for the 2017-2018 fiscal year, but uncertainties remain about whether the district can meet the 80-20 funding split between schools and central services now required by law.
Clark County School District teachers on Wednesday called upon the Board of Trustees to increase their contribution to the Teachers Health Trust in the latest chapter of the rocky history between the trust and the district.