Wednesday Apr 2
University of Nevada launches drought website, education
With the 2014 drought looming, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension has partnered with other agencies to help Nevadans prepare for and cope with the drought.
Las Vegas Newstrip
Nevada Sex Offender Pleads Guilty to Child Pornography Charges, Faces at Least 15 Years in Prison
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Nevada, Missouri man who is a registered sex offender pleaded guilty in federal court today to receiving and distributing child pornography over the Internet.
The Kansas City Star
As other women's colleges close, Missouri school looks to grow
Fewer young women are looking to all-female schools for their higher education these days, forcing many women’s colleges to go coed to survive, or simply to close their doors.
Kansas City InfoZine
Two Missouri Men Sentenced in Cargill Fraud Scheme
Beisly was sentenced to two years and 11 months in federal prison without parole and ordered to pay $559,616 in restitution to Cargill.
Book tells stories of patients' art
There were many gifted artists who found a "home" at the Nevada State Hospital through the years, a place where they were fed, clothed, given shelter and even "allowed" to create their art -- art that may not have been created if they had remained in their situations.