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2 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun
The state Board of Finance approved the sale of $1 million in bonds to preserve historic buildings in Nevada, with a small share going to Clark County.
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6 hrs ago | KLAS-TV Las Vegas
The Clark County Family Court just created a mentoring program for moms and dads charged with abuse and neglect who are hoping to get their kids back.
10 hrs ago | KLAS-TV Las Vegas
The Clark County Coroner's Office has identified the man shot by a North Las Vegas police officer as 38-year-old David L. Robinson.
15 hrs ago | CBS Local
A mother accused of drowning her 3-year-old son says that demons took over and voices in her head told her to drown the boy as he took a bath, Metro Police report.
19 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun
Zzyzx the dog joins the Nevada Political Action for Animals protestor's rally outside the Clark County Justice Center prior to an appearance by Gloria Lee Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014.
Nearly six in 10 children in Clark County now rely on the free and discounted meals they receive at school to help them through the day.
Metro Police say that all three suspects involved in shootings with officers this year were attempting 'suicide by cop.'
Horsford was elected in 2012 as the first representative of the newly-created district, defeating Republican Danny Tarkanian by a margin of 8 percentage points.
Metro Police arrested a mother suspected of killing her 3-year-old child by drowning the child in the bathtub Saturday night.
Tragically, most people cannot identify their representatives on school boards, city councils, county boards or in state legislatures.
When Edison came to town in 2001, the for-profit education management company promised to deliver dramatic improvements in test scores among Las Vegas' lowest-performing students.
A Nevada couple whose 79-year marriage was at one point named the longest in the world now has a park named in their honor.
A southern Nevada family torn apart by a tragedy is speaking out in hopes of sparing another family's suffering.
A 62-year-old inmate who was serving time for attempted lewdness with a minor has died at a Reno hospital.
The Clark County grand jury indicted a man this morning for an attack on a corn vendor.