An arrest report released Tuesday detailed a previously unpublicized homicide in North Las Vegas that led to the arrest of 22-year-old Brandon Welch.
A suspicious substance found on a letter Monday inside the Clark County Election Department was determined to be deodorant, according to North Las Vegas police.
The hacker group behind a Clark County School District security breach claims to have uploaded the stolen data to its website — including names and Social Security numbers.
With one month of virtual school in the books, Clark County School District students, families and teachers report widely varying experiences with distance learning.
Two people were shot in North Las Vegas on Friday morning, leaving one person in critical condition and the second victim hospitalized as well.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the North Las Vegas Police Department at 702-633-9111.
Walmart said Tuesday that it is piloting drone delivery of the at-home kits to North Las Vegas residents.
From registering to vote, to mail ballots, to voting in person, this is our comprehensive guide to voting in the November 2020 general election.
The $35 million, nearly 71,000-square-foot Speedway Readiness Center sits on 18.65 acres and initially will house the 17th Sustainment Brigade and 3665 EOD Company, according to a news release.
North Las Vegas police need help locating a 60-year-old man who went missing Tuesday morning.
A former North Las Vegas police officer charged with battery kneed a suspect in the face after the man was in handcuffs, breaking his jaw, according to an arrest report.
Police investigating a homicide from July have arrested a 22-year-old man in a separate shooting after he allegedly discussed both crimes in Facebook messages and on a recorded call with an inmate.
The official count of students impacts the district’s per-pupil funding allocation, and will be translated to the school level as the budgeting process begins this week.
Clark County’s “Stop, Swab Go” testing program has been extended through Sept. 25 after it fell well short of its goal of administering 60,000 tests.
The donor is multiplying donations five times on the DonorsChoose platform used by teachers to solicit donations to purchase classroom supplies.