The dashboard will be updated regularly and include information about attendance rates, standardized test scores, enrollment and student behavior, officials said.
Brett Clarkson was born and raised in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada and graduated from Humber College's journalism program in 2002. He has lived in various places including Toronto, Los Angeles, South Florida, Northern Virginia, and now, Las Vegas. Before joining the Review-Journal in 2022 he worked at the Niagara Falls Review, Toronto Sun, and South Florida Sun Sentinel, contributing to the Sun Sentinel's coverage of the 2018 Parkland shooting, which earned the paper the Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal For Public Service. He is the father of two children and has a dog named Julio.
Metro’s 31st annual K-9 Trials brought out an estimated 4,600 people to the equestrian arena at South Point. In addition to Kimura’s toughest dog win, Metro also earned’s top agency award
Police responded to a shooting in the 1100 block of Center Street at about 1 a.m. Sunday.
Anthony Castrejon, 31, died at University Medical Center on Feb. 6, three days after he was hit twice in the head with a metal pole in North Las Vegas.
Police said Pedro Lopez-Villasenor, 29, was driving 90 mph on South Fort Apache Road, which is a 35 mph zone.
Traffic was a parking lot on I-15 northbound on Monday, but things were back to normal as of 2 p.m.
As of March 3, 39 people had been killed in traffic-related incidents in the state.
Anthony Clark, 39, was taken into custody after his wife Latonia Joy Clark was found dead at their Las Vegas home Saturday morning.
Metro police were dispatched to Hokaido Sushi, at 6015 South Fort Apache Road north of West Patrick Lane, on Feb. 15.
One man was arrested and another cited after an irate customer’s words escalated into a fight outside a popular taco truck near downtown Las Vegas.
It’s unclear if the two parents killed their 16-year-old son, as an autopsy was still pending, according to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.
A 19-month-old girl died two weeks after a pickup truck crash that police were calling a hit-and-run in the east Las Vegas Valley.
The “Desert Monkey King” has a creator. The artist responsible for the mysterious artwork on a plateau in the southwest valley has come forward.
Emiliano Hernandez-Lombera held a knife to his throat at about 9:35 a.m. Sunday morning at an Allegiant Airlines counter outside the airport, police said.
A man and woman were found dead on the 1900 block of Tallow Tree Avenue on Tuesday.