Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak joins the show to talk about poverty in Nevada. Is the state of Nevada doing enough to help out the poor? Sisolak tells us.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that states cannot on their own require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system designed to make signing up easier.
Turnaround schools will fast track academic achievement, improve school climate, increase graduation rates and give every child a quality education.
As part of a package of options to address overcrowded elementary schools in the city’s southwest, Clark County School District will consider whether to reassign 2,400 elementary school students.
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On Wednesday Sheriff Doug Gillespie said he was satisfied with a new fact-finding process to examine officer involved shootings.
The Clark County Educators Association declared an impasse last night over concessions, which include freezing step increases, and having members pay part of a retirement rate hike.
Facing a budget shortfall of at least 250-million-dollars next fiscal year, Clark County School Board President Carolyn Edwards has proposed suing the state for not properly funding education.
LAS VEGAS — Upwards of 200 high school students in the northwest staged a protest this afternoon at Chaparral High, saying they want their teachers to stay right where they are for the upcoming school […]
Carolyn Edwards, Clark County School Board President, talked with Alan about installing seat belts in school busses.