Overcrowding and financial issues are forcing Clark County school district to consider putting another 65 elementary schools on a year-round schedule starting next fall.
Sentencing has been postponed until Oct. 24 for a former Las Vegas endoscopy clinic owner and a former employee facing prison following their criminal convictions
A major wildfire and a flood — two kinds of emergencies some Clark County residents have recently experienced. But if you’re looking for something to worry about, there are other possibilities.
A judge dismissed the case against four protesters accused of conspiracy to deface public property when they chalked the sidewalk with criticism of the Las Vegas Metro Police.
For those tempted to drink and drive on the final three-day weekend of the summer, valley law enforcement reminds — it’s not worth it.
While the Nevada legislature is exploring the cost of prosecuting death penalty cases, a local defense attorney says capital prosecutions should halt until the results of the audit are in.
It’s a fixer-upper on Tropicana near Maryland Parkway, and that explains the bargain price — $33 per square foot.
Southern Nevadans could have a ringside seat when the Nuclear Regulatory Commission reconvenes hearings on the Yucca Mountain project.
Thousands of Clark County teachers will have a chance to vote Wednesday on their contract for the current school year.
Soon, registration for “dot vegas” domain names will begin, with the city of Las Vegas getting a 10 percent cut from the sales.