Superintendent Jesus Jara should resign or be fired. That’s the belief of Stephen Augspurger, the executive director of the Clark County Association of School Administrators and Profession-technical Employees. Augspurger said Jara has lost the confidence of the district’s principals by not seeking their input on a number of issues, including firing all the deans in the district.
After months of lockdowns, social isolation and mask wearing, Nevada health officials are concerned about residents ignoring coronavirus precautions.
Las Vegas visitors will have access to a new adult playground this week: Circa.
As the long-discussed high-speed rail system between Las Vegas and Southern California awaits a bond sale that’s slated to pay for the initial phase, the company behind the project, Brightline, released more details on the construction timeline.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Las Vegas police are investigating after a woman was shot at a west valley apartment on Sunday night.
A homeless man fatally stabbed a restaurant employee Sunday night following an altercation in the northeast valley, according to Las Vegas police.
Three of four popular favorites in the afternoon games covered the spread and went over the total, as the Buccaneers, Chiefs and Chargers cashed tickets for bettors.
This was supposed to be The Latino Election.
Principals want to be able to select their own teachers. The district and teachers union aren’t interested.