The Clark County School District will hold a news conference at 1 p.m. Wednesday to “provide an update regarding the District’s reopening timeline for all grades.”
Las Vegas police closed an intersection in the south valley early Wednesday to investigate a multi-vehicle crash that left at least one person with life-threatening injuries.
Southern Nevada residents will be able to enjoy a day in the low 70s before gusty northerly winds sweep into the region this evening.
Under its reopening plan, the district is relying on 340 first aid safety assistants — whose primary role is to provide first aid to students — to staff school sickrooms.
Eligible veterans in Southern Nevada will be able to receive first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a North Las Vegas walk-in clinic beginning Saturday.
Class-action lawsuits filed Tuesday accuse auto insurance companies of failing to reduce premiums sufficiently for Nevada policyholders during the pandemic.
Anyone with information is asked to call Metro at 702-828-3111 or its Missing Persons Detail during business hours at 702-828-2907.
A brush fire along railroad tracks adjacent to Interstate 15 sent a large cloud of black smoke into the air in central Las Vegas early Tuesday.
Take a look through the eyes of Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers at the week that was from Feb. 15-Feb. 21.
The U.S. Department of Education announced Monday it will require states to administer standardized tests this year, but will offer some flexibility. It’s unclear yet how Nevada will be impacted.
The station has moved south to the Regional Transportation Commission’s South Strip Transfer Terminal located near McCarran Airport off Sunset Road.
People 65 or older who live in the 89030, 89031 and 89032 ZIP codes are encouraged to register, the city said in a statement.
On the eve of reopening Clark County School District schools to their youngest students, a new question has emerged among families: What about next year?
The form is used to determine students’ eligibility for federal aid like grants and loans and by states, colleges and private organizations to award scholarships and other aid.