As the government shutdown drags on, transportation projects around the state will not hit roadblocks.
Hiring teachers in Clark County is hard, but hiring a diverse pool of educators that mirrors the student population in the Las Vegas Valley is even more difficult.
As the new year begins, transportation officials urge all motorists to ensure their vehicles are running in tip-top shape.
As smartphones become an essential part of most people’s lives, the devices are causing motorists to make some not-so-smart decisions behind the wheel, experts say.
Cash payments. Drinks and airfare. Government contracts. All ingredients of a good scandal. But in the case of Nevada’s State Public Charter School Authority, there’s more behind allegations of misconduct than meets the eye.
Boulder Highway, one of the deadliest stretches of road in Nevada, is receiving a much needed makeover.
Las Vegas Valley drivers are seeing red, judging by the emails sent to the Road Warrior’s inbox each week.
Many Clark County teachers question the fairness of the professional growth system, a way to earn raises that the district and teachers’ union rolled out in 2016, saying it unfairly penalizes some educators while rewarding others.
After six months of increases in fatal crashes throughout the state, November brought a welcome dip in deadly occurrences on Nevada roads.
You can’t have the title “Road Warrior” bestowed upon you without enduring a battle behind the wheel, right?