A Pew Research Center study found that young adults are less religious than any other age group, with nearly a third declining to affiliate with any organized religion. They’re also less devout than previous generations were at the same point in their lives.
At this point, the Little League World Series is no longer a double elimination tournament. TV calls the shots this weekend, so the undefeated teams — Mountain Ridge and South Korea — can’t afford to lose.
What can get a high school student in-school suspension? Fighting, being caught smoking, cheating on a test? How about a widely accepted use of good manners?
A woman who was shot during a series of random home invasions in July died Thursday.
The ACLU of Nevada on Friday called for Clark County prosecutors to stop paying for witnesses’ rent.
The Nevada Board of Regents decided Friday to ask the governor to put $45.94 million toward transforming the state’s medical education, including $26.67 million for a new UNLV medical school.
The internal records of as many as 25,000 Homeland Security Department employees were exposed during a recent computer break-in at a federal contractor that handles security clearances, an agency official said Friday.
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The Howard Hughes Corp. has planned a job fair for locals interested in working inside the company’s 2,000-employee Downtown Summerlin project.
Las Vegas city staff and The Cordish Cos. are still negotiating funding terms of a proposed soccer stadium in Symphony Park, with a Sept. 1 deadline looming, Councilman Bob Beers said Friday.