Graduation plans for the Class of 2021 were rolled out Thursday, with the Clark County School District announcing that schools can hold in-person ceremonies.
A man has been arrested in a Friday morning shooting at a Henderson shopping center, police said.
The lawsuit, filed last week, accuses Henderson of trying to “strong-arm” the developer into agreeing to new contract terms that benefit the city.
Amazon is opening two distribution centers, one in Henderson and one in North Las Vegas.
Nevada Senior Services and the National Council on Aging are partnering to provide free benefits screenings this week for seniors ages 60 and older.
The college announced Monday it’s aiming for June 5 at the Orleans Arena, but is waiting on approval. Ceremonies will recognize 2020 and 2021 graduates.
Capstone Christian Academy plans to start construction next year on a new 25-acre main campus with brick buildings and lush greenery.
Magician Lance Burton has put his Henderson estate — more like a castle at the top of a hill — on the market for $4.49 million.
Henderson police are investigating after a man was shot Friday morning in the south Las Vegas Valley.
Transfers in ownership and the licensing of a race and sportsbook at The Pass were recommended for approval Wednesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Between 4,500 and 5,000 appointments were booked for Tuesday at a mass vaccination site in downtown Las Vegas, less than its 7,000 capacity.
Education advocates have been calling for Nevada to reduce class sizes for decades, but it took an outbreak of a deadly disease to accomplish what laws and policies couldn’t.
Construction will begin this summer at Harmon, Ira J. Earl and Gene Ward elementary schools, and Fremont Middle School, and will wrap up by August 2022.