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Pat Skorkowsky, Clark County School District superintendent, attends an editorial board meeting at the Las Vegas Sun Tuesday Jan. 21, 2014.
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Police plan to put leprechaun on a street corner near one Las Vegas school in a bid to highlight the importance of crosswalk safety.
Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy said Thursday he is once again "ready to do battle" with the Bureau of Land Management over his cattle the government contends are illegally grazing on federal land.
Investigators believe the fire that took the life of a man in a West Las Vegas home was caused by the home owner.
Improving education for all of Nevada's students was the topic today at the 5th annual Family Engagement in Education Summit in Reno.
The Mandalay Bay Resort plans to pay a half-million-dollar fine amid accusations that employees at an upscale Las Vegas Strip lounge provided prostitutes and drugs to undercover officers.
Nevada is receiving $3.7 million in federal grant money to continue "turnaround" efforts at its lowest-performing schools, the U.S. Education Department announced today.
A Clark County grand jury indicted Cecil Walker Jr. on charges of driving while intoxicated in connection with the 2012 death of a pedestrian who authorities say was struck while slowly walking through a North Las Vegas crosswalk.
Attendees listen during a public meeting on a new ordinance that would allow dispensaries for medical marijuana in Clark County at the Clark County Government Center in Las Vegas Wednesday, March 12, 2014.
There are only a few weeks left before the state has to vote on regulations for medical marijuana dispensary employment.
A defense attorney says a mother accused of drowning her 3-year-old son in a bathtub will probably plead not guilty by reason of insanity to a murder charge.
McCarran International Airport will receive more customs agents to help speed the path of overseas visitors through its newest terminal, Las Vegas officials along with Sen. Harry Reid announced on Wednesday.
The medical marijuana program is gaining traction. The latest numbers show nearly 5,000 patients in the state -- an overwhelming majority, around 3,500 in Clark County -- and that's expected to grow.
The Clark County Fire Department received the fire call around 3 a.m. from a 911 caller who said a nearby apartment was on fire and there was a person inside not answering the door.
I have never seriously wanted to be Reno's mayor but have studied those who did for the 23 years I have lived here.
Arraignment is due to be postponed for a former chef who told police he stabbed his wife to death with knives and a cleaver in their Las Vegas kitchen.