Police said a man on Monday evening “communicated to an employee by a message on his phone that he had a bomb of some sort.”
The district is standing behind its face mask policy for the new school year — at least for now — despite calls from local and national health officials for stricter rules.
Some Clark County residents are seeing apartment rents climb as much as $300. With fewer units on the market compared with last year, some experts say rents are likely to continue to rise.
Trying to find a way to beat the heat that can make the Las Vegas Valley feel like an oven at this time of year?
North Las Vegas police are investigating a homicide at an apartment complex Wednesday morning as a self-defense shooting.
Documents show the health insurance trust that covers Clark County teachers was $43 million in debt as of February — the first indication of the scope of the deficit.
For the third night in a row, evening thunderstorms drenched parts of the valley as monsoonal weather conditions persist in the region.
A Tuesday morning crash involving multiple vehicles left one woman dead in North Las Vegas, police said.
If the former North Las Vegas firefighter had rushed his wife to a nearby hospital instead of the faraway fire station, she could have survived, her parents said.
Twelve Clark County School District schools will offer a full-time distance learning option this fall, in a reversal of the district’s original decision to have virtual instruction at each of its 350 schools.
The North Las Vegas City Council found love in an unexpected place — from a pair of internet celebrities using a council meeting for their latest prank.
Officers were investigating on the 2600 block of Tonopah Avenue, which left one man dead.
Christopher Candito, 33, was arrested Wednesday and booked at the Henderson Detention Center on a second-degree murder charge in the death of Tiffany Slatsky, 25, from February 2020.
The City Council voted Wednesday to approve a services agreement with Pioneer Technology & Arts Academy to operate Southern Nevada Urban Micro Academy.
Two men, 21 and 22 years old, respectively, have been identified as the victims of a shooting in North Las Vegas that also left seven people wounded.