As the state’s population grows more diverse, more funding is going to help students from low-income families and English language learners. But education advocates say that doesn’t lift kids who aren’t in those challenged groups.
Just 31 percent of 3- and 4-year-old children in Clark County are enrolled in preschool, despite studies showing it increases the likelihood of future academic success.
Nevada Attorney General candidate Aaron Ford, a trial attorney at the private law firm representing Clark County in a lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies, will have “no access to anything related to the case,” according to a spokesman for the firm.
Victoria Seaman, a former assemblywoman and candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, wants proof before calling for Rep. Ruben Kihuen’s resignation. She is also enthusiastic about the Republican tax-reform plan.
The Las Vegas Valley Water District has begun adding an anti-corrosion agent to the well serving homes on Mount Charleston to counteract the effects of de-icing salts that are washing off the roads and into the water supply.
Nevada health officials on Tuesday said a bill aimed at curtailing opioid overprescription will keep decision-making in the hands of physicians, not lawmakers.
If you think the Clark County School District has budget problems now, imagine how bad it’ll be if Amazon selects Las Vegas as the site of its second headquarters.
Clark County Commissioners on Tuesday voted to have District Attorney Steve Wolfson sue pharmaceutical companies for costs to fight opioid addiction.
Wells Cargo is a step closer to opening a second asphalt plant in Spring Valley despite objections from residents living near the company’s current facility.
The Bureau of Land Management is trying to clean up and close part of Southern Nevada’s most popular spot for target shooting, but the agency has its work cut out for it.