Two 17-year-old boys were arrested Friday after Clark County School District police saw on social media that the teens brought a gun to school in North Las Vegas.
The online Nevada Virtual Academy charter school will close its elementary program at the end of this school year following its failure to meet academic goals spelled out in an performance-improvement agreement with the State Public Charter School Authority.
A few weeks after U.S. News and World Report ranked UNLV as one of the most diverse college campuses in the country, another report gave the university average marks for black student access and equity.
The University of Nevada Medical School in Reno has received a $2 million grant to help develop new approaches to guard against dangers related to premature labor.
I refer to Dave Loeb’s performances on “Family Guy” as, “The Bait.” It’s what we put on the hook to to remind Las Vegas music fans of Loeb’s true passion — his UNLV Jazz Studies program at UNLV.
The fact that Nevada continually ranks last in the country for education doesn’t scare Rikki Boschetti. Instead, it motivates her.
A Shadow Ridge High School student was arrested last week for bringing BB guns on school property, according to school police.
Bryan William Kline faces a charge of child abuse, neglect or endangerment — a category B felony that carries a possible sentence of one to six years in prison, according to the Clark County district attorney’s office.
On Tuesday, the Raiders joined forces with Taylor Elementary School in Henderson so students don’t have to go to school hungry and can brush their teeth.
Clark County firefighters advised Lynch Elementary School children to crawl beneath the simulated smoke and make their way out of a window to avoid the fire on the other side of the door. The children escaped down a ladder outside.