A Wednesday Review-Journal story on a proposal to deputize and arm university system employees should have stated that people with written permission from a college or university president can carry a gun on campus. But the police chiefs at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the Community College of Southern Nevada said they recommended to their college presidents not to grant such permission.
As more and more Americans live through mass shootings such as the Route 91 attack, a Nashville nonprofit has created a residential treatment program for survivors.
Metropolitan police detailed plans Thursday for a new training center to help officers prepare for active-shooter events and other complex threats to public safety.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo announced that two women who have died of injuries suffered in the 2017 mass shooting will be added to the list of those who died in the attack.
The 2018 donations occurred around the time the lawyer, Brian C. Padgett, improperly took about $152,000 of a client’s money, campaign records show.
According to a tweet from singer John Legend’s account, he and wife Chrissy Teigen lost their new son, Jack, shortly after birth.
Las Vegas attorney Christy Craig is targeting incumbent Judge Rob Bare’s seat on the District Court Department 32 bench.
Las Vegas attorney David López-Negrete is running against incumbent Judge David Jones for Clark County District Court Judge in Department 24 this November.
Tattoo artists from all over the country donated their time and skills to cover survivors’ physical, mental or emotional wounds through tattooing.
Attorneys Jacob Reynolds and Tara Clark Newberry are seeking the open seat in Department 21, after incumbent Judge Valerie Adair decided not to seek re-election.
A day after President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden verbally sparred in a wild first of three debates, Donald Trump Jr. was in Northern Nevada stumping for the president’s re-election campaign.