Teacher shortages prompt the district to spend $159,000 on recruitment trips, but it doesn’t track how many teachers are hired as a result of the travel.
Mary Hynes returned to the Review-Journal in August 2019 as the newspaper’s health reporter after working in public affairs and communications for MGM Resorts International. She previously worked as an editor and a reporter at the RJ. The University of Colorado graduate also worked as a reporter at newspapers in Colorado. She is a native of Oregon.
Three victims were shot and killed Wednesday on the UNLV campus in an attack that ended after the gunman’s death, authorities said.
Frail patients are discharged to unregulated facilities or sent home in the middle of the night in ride-hailing vehicles without a guardian or caregiver first being notified, records show.
Candida auris cases have reached their highest levels, months after Nevada’s congressional delegation called for a better plan for fighting the fungus.
After a rare reaction to Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine, a 20-year-old Henderson woman is relearning to eat, walk and be independent.
UNLV won’t say if it has launched its own investigation after a third retraction related to the research conducted by a team, including university scientists.
The board won’t revoke the medical license of George Chambers, found to have engaged in disreputable conduct for offering patients money to pose nude.
Dr. George Chambers engaged in disreputable conduct in connection with offering two patients money to pose nude, but there wasn’t enough evidence in a third allegation, a hearing officer determined.
A former patient of Dr. George Chambers, the subject of a separate state medical board inquiry, has accused him of sexual assault and battery.
The dental board’s former counsel has accused her ex-employer and the attorney general’s office of violating open government laws, including withholding public records.
Groundbreaking research will be unveiled Thursday on how HIV enters cells, a discovery that could produce new treatments for AIDS and other diseases..
A pet owner wants answers from the veterinary board in the death of her blue heeler, Tootsie, but information that was once public is now kept secret.
A federal grand jury indictment charged Dr. David James Smith with conspiring to manufacture and distribute controlled substances and healthcare fraud.
A retired neurosurgeon, Lonnie Hammargren was likely best known for opening his Las Vegas home on Nevada Day to show off his eclectic collection of artifacts.
What parents and bystanders can do to prevent the tragedy of kids and pets dying in hot cars.