A program to help youngsters stay off drugs has succumbed to budget cuts.
A budget plan for Nevada’s higher education system has been endorsed by the Board of Regents.
The Assembly has unanimously approved a bill allowing school districts to reduce the upcoming school year by as many as ten days.
Despite cuts of more than 100-million dollars over the past three years, there are warnings the city of Las Vegas will need even more cuts to stay out of red ink.
The Board of Regents will hear a plan today that could eliminate several higher education facilities in a cost-cutting move.