Sometimes road improvement products can lead to instances where the designated area gets better, but a road in the vicinity suffers. This is the case with the Interstate 515 restriping project in Henderson that was completed late last year.
Threats against black students at Arbor View High School this week didn’t happen in a vacuum. Racial tensions that have been roiling Clark County School District schools reflect a deep divide in the community at large.
Readers have made it abundantly clear — some Las Vegas motorists are in need of a driver’s education refresher class.
The school district has spent $66,000 for an external investigator to look into Associate Superintendent Edward Goldman and Jason Wright but claims it has no records related to either investigation.
Whether you’re ready for it or not, the transportation landscape in Southern Nevada is set to change — drastically.
An arrest on rape and battery charges was apparently not enough to prevent Lawrence Anthony Winston from working with kids in the Clark County School District as a “safe school professional.”
If there was ever a reason for Southern Nevada commuters to celebrate, this is it.
Will the Las Vegas Strip be the next major corridor in the valley to see steel put in the ground for its transportation needs?
We’ll continue to cover the public meetings where education officials set policy and discuss finances, but this series will add new conversations with the people who are impacted by the decisions made in those boardrooms to the mix.
One of the roads that the Road Warrior is most often asked about is Maryland Parkway.
After enduring several full closures of parts of Interstate 15 for the installation of dozens of dynamic traffic signs, readers have inquired: ‘What are these ATM signs?”
Jayla Scott became an adult at 5 years old, when her mom was arrested. Now nearing graduation, she’s a shining example of how Clark County students can face and overcome their challenges — if they have the ambition and drive.
Motorists toss a lot of junk out their windows, leaving the department’s six maintenance stations in Clark County, including two in Las Vegas, and 250 experienced maintenance workers in Southern Nevada with a mammoth job.