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Celebrate Independence Day with these local July 4th events  News3LV

More than 40000 expected to attend Las Vegas' Biggest Independence Day Parade in Summerlin. The entire Las Vegas valley is invited to celebrate ...



Las Vegas student filmed singing lyrics with racial slurs  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Palo Verde High School student filmed singing song lyrics with racial slurs and the phrase “they can burn in hell” is the second racist incident to go public in ...



Man reportedly attempted to lure girls near Las Vegas high school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas police are investigating reports that a man was attempting to lure teenage girls into his truck near a Summerlin high school.



Suspect rammed police vehicles in Summerlin officer-involved shooting  News3LV

A man wanted for several felonies allegedly rammed his car into police vehicles before he was shot by officers in the west valley Thursday morning, according to ...



Basic strikes early in 8-3 baseball victory at Palo Verde  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Basic used a four-run second inning and a solid start on the mound from junior Demetrius Vigil to roll to an 8-3 road win over Palo Verde in a nonleague game ...



Palo Verde, SLAM Academy meet in state’s first girls wrestling dual  Las Vegas Review-Journal

SLAM Academy freshman Sterling Dias has traveled the world in her quest for domination on the wrestling mat. On Wednesday, though, she simply traveled 23 ...



UNLV student killed in crash dreamed of running a hotel  Las Vegas Review-Journal

An 18-year-old UNLV student from Summerlin was killed in a crash last week in west Las Vegas. The other driver in the crash was suspected of DUI.



Palo Verde eyes region title after unbeaten run in Mountain League  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Panthers completed their Mountain League schedule with a perfect record to secure the No. 1 seed in the region tournament, which begins Monday evening ...



Third-quarter rebounding helps Arbor View drop Palo Verde  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Arbor View used a huge third-quarter rebounding edge to erase a halftime deficit on its way to a 66-54 win at Palo Verde.



Las Vegas police look for more victims of school luring suspect  FOX5 Las Vegas

Police arrested a man they said tried to lure teen girls into his truck near a Summerlin high school last week.



Palo Verde High School student accused of raping four of his classmates  News3LV

A Palo Verde teenager is accused of raping four of his classmates.Prosecutors are charging the 16-year old as an adult.A Clark County grand jury has indicted ...



Some Clark County schools get creative to save dean positions  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Some middle and high schools across Clark County are finding creative ways to scrape together enough money to save administrative positions threatened by ...



Nevada Preps high school boys volleyball preview  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A look at some of the top athletes and teams for the 2019 boys volleyball season.



For some Clark County valedictorians, it’s crowded at the top  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Olivia Yamamoto graduated at the top of her class at Coronado High School in Henderson. So did 29 of her other classmates. Yamamoto is one of many ...



Man in critical condition after officer-involved shooting in west valley  FOX5 Las Vegas

Las Vegas Metropolitan police responded to an officer-involved shooting in the Summerlin area on Thursday morning.



Palo Verde reopens wound to prepare for Centennial  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Usually the strategy for a football coach is to let an injury heal completely. Palo Verde's Joe Aznarez has taken an different tact this week with his team, although ...



Palo Verde student arrested for taking gun and ammunition to school  FOX5 Las Vegas

A teen was arrested after administrators found a gun and ammunition in his backpack Thursday morning.



Police say suspected DUI driver involved in death of UNLV student admitted to drinking  News3LV

Prosecutors say a suspected DUI driver admitted to drinking five beers before the deadly crash that took the life of a UNLV freshman. The victim's friends are ...



Police: Driver arrested for DUI in west Las Vegas crash that killed 18-year-old  News3LV

A 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of DUI after a deadly crash reported early Wednesday morning in the west Las Vegas valley. Officers ...



RJ recognizes top high school journalists in Clark County  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Students in Spring Valley High School's journalism program took home the top honor at the 43rd annual Las Vegas Review-Journal High School Journalism ...



These Las Vegas area schools serving free meals for kids during the summer  Las Vegas Sun

For a large number of children in Southern Nevada, the end of school can bring anxiety over how they'll get enough to eat.



Las Vegas Standout Signs with Oregon Tech Golf  Klamath Falls News

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Head Coach Jeff Corkill announced today the signing of Maiya Baker of Las Vegas, Nevada to the 2019-20 Oregon Tech women's golf ...



'Such a huge gift': Rogers Foundation awards $2.2 million in scholarships to Las Vegas students  Las Vegas Sun

Michelle Sanders had already read the names of a couple dozen Las Vegas area high school seniors when she paused to let the audience know that “we're ...



Sophomore QB, WR shine for Centennial in win against Palo Verde  Las Vegas Sun

The Centennial High football team may have found something special ...



BYU Basketball announces addition of former Nevada prep scoring champion Taylor Miller to roster  Vanquish The Foe

BYU basketball announced the addition of 6-foot-2 guard Taylor Miller to the 2019-2020 roster. Miller arrived home from his Church mission to North Carolina in ...



Las Vegas school remembers teacher lost to 9/11 attacks  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas marks 17th anniversary of the terrorist attacks with memorial ceremony for foreign language teacher Barbara Edwards, ...



NIAA announces 11-member 2019 Hall of Fame class  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Former Canyon Springs football coach Hunkie Cooper and 10 other Southern Nevadans were inducted into the NIAA this week. They will be honored during a ...



Palo Verde High golf sensation Jack Trent chooses UNLV  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Jack Trent, a junior at Palo Verde High School and the defending Division I state champion, has orally committed to play for UNLV.



North Las Vegas woman killed in murder-suicide remembered  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Sonya White has had an outpouring of love on social media this week, following her death Wednesday morning in what police say was a murder-suicide in the ...



MGM Grand Garden Arena gearing up for Billboard Music Awards  News3LV

The Billboard Music Awards are set to take the spotlight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena Wednesday night. On Tuesday the spotlight was on a man homegrown ...



Former UNLV, arena football great Hunkie Cooper to enter shrine  Las Vegas Review-Journal

His talents were such that he turned the 50-yard indoor war, which is what the Arena Football League is sometimes called, into a 50-yard minor skirmish. Hunkie ...



CCSD using taxpayer resources to promote teachers union’s agenda  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District has been using taxpayer resources to advance the political agenda of the teachers union. The Clark County Education ...



Alleged rape victim files lawsuit against student, CCSD  FOX5 Las Vegas

An alleged sex assault victim filed a lawsuit against Clark County School District and the family of her alleged rapist after she claims the teen was continuously ...



VICTOR JOECKS: CCSD has the money it needs to rehire deans  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Charlie Brown never figured out that Lucy was always going to yank the football away. It's an open question if the public will ever figure out that “more money” ...



Viking Football Welcomes 25 New Student-Athletes For 2019  Portland State Vikings

The Portland State Football Program has signed 16 student-athletes on National Letter of Intent Day. Combined with the nine who signed during the early ...



Chamere Thomas helps get Palo Verde back on track in win over Del Sol  Las Vegas Sun

Palo Verde wasn't going to allow another win to slip through its grasp. ...



Deans left behind this time as CCSD’s vicious budget cycle continues  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School Board meeting room felt more like a sinking ship on Thursday. When the budget cuts hit and the ship goes down, who can scramble ...



Nevada Preps high school girls volleyball preview  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A look at some of the top players and teams for the volleyball season.



Palo Verde wrestler celebrates school’s first title in four years  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Joshua Pine, a senior at Palo Verde High School, became the school's first state wrestling champion in four years at the Feb. 20 state tournament in Primm.



Las Vegas soccer player tries to move on after friend’s death  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Holly Lindholm is a senior at Palo Verde who on Wednesday joined others to honor her best friend, Brooke Hawley, who was killed in March in a fiery crash in ...



Allergy sufferers in Las Vegas Valley can blame ragweed  Las Vegas Review-Journal

If you suffer from springtime allergies, here is some news your nose already knows: Pollen season isn't over yet in the Las Vegas Valley. Though common ...



Palo Verde remembers teacher Barbara Edwards killed in 9/11 attacks  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Barbara Edwards was returning from Eastern trip when she died aboard hijacked jet that hit the Pentagon.



Week in Pictures: Jan. 14-20  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Take a look at some striking pictures from Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including weather features, a boxing match and the super blood wolf ...



Alleged teen rape victim sues suspect’s family, Clark County schools  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Clark County School District student allegedly raped by fellow student Maysen Melton is suing the district and Melton's parents, claiming both knew of his ...



Las Vegas high school teacher found calling as educator late in life  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Palo Verde High School social studies teacher worked in both the public and private sectors before heeding the call of the classroom. Yet it's there that his ...



55 CCSD students to compete for scholarships worth $31M  FOX5 Las Vegas

Fifty-five students from Clark County School District were named National Merit Scholarship finalists, and will compete for scholarships worth more than $31 ...



Las Vegas high school student indicted in rapes of classmates  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Palo Verde High School student was indicted Wednesday on sexual assault charges after authorities accused him of raping at least four teenage classmates ...



5 individuals, Golden Knights make Southern Nevada HOF  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Former UNLV football players Hunkie Cooper and Steve Stallworth, youth baseball figures Manny Guerra and Mike Martin, the Golden Knights and sports writer ...



Inspired senior Farries Gardner leads Centennial over Palo Verde  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Centennial senior volleyball player Farries Gardner honored his role model, Malcolm X, by wearing socks embroidered with his portrait during his team's Sunset ...



Palo Verde returns to roots for victory over Cimarron-Memorial  Las Vegas Sun

Palo Verde showed no mercy in piling on the points against Cimarron-Memorial Friday night. ...



Simply Outstanding | News Center  UNLV NewsCenter

More than 2000 students will join the ranks of nearly 120000 UNLV alumni Dec. 18 as they cross the Thomas & Mack Center stage at the university's winter ...



Students intent on making a difference shine at Sun forum  Las Vegas Sun

Anaiya Parks, a 17-year-old junior at Legacy High School, was one of many students pre-registering to vote in the hallways of the Las Vegas Convention Center ...



Raiders helping Las Vegas high schools kick off football season  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Raiders alumni and Raiderettes cheerleaders were part of a special kickoff event at Foothill High's game against the Palo Verde High Panthers in Henderson.



Palo Verde grad Miller won swim bronze, gold in Rio Olympics  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas native and Palo Verde High School graduate Cody Miller won a bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.



Officers involved in police shooting in Summerlin area identified  FOX5 Las Vegas

Las Vegas Metropolitan police identified three officers who were involved in a shooting in the Summerlin area on Thursday morning.



Veteran football coach Rost steps down after 19 seasons, and plenty of memories, at Palo Verde  Las Vegas Sun

Palo Verde High football coach Darwin Rost stepped down Thursday as one of Southern Nevada's most celebrated coaches, winning 154 games, one state ...



Palo Verde High to start offering International Baccalaureate program  Las Vegas Sun

Last week the Geneva-based organization certified Palo Verde as a World School, which will allow it to start offering IB classes next school year ...



In Las Vegas, Kamala Harris talks gun legislation, equal pay  Las Vegas Sun

During a Friday visit to Las Vegas, Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris signaled she would take decisive action against gun violence should she win ...



Prep softball players to watch for 2019  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Softball players to watch. P — Shelby Basso, Basic. The junior led Nevada with 203 strikeouts in 176⅔ innings and powered the Wolves to the first Sunrise ...



Teacher strikes are illegal in Nevada. The union is pushing for one anyway.  Las Vegas Review-Journal

It's illegal in Nevada for government unions to strike. The Clark County Education Association is laying the groundwork for a labor action anyway. Last week, the ...



Las Vegas golf courses offer lower summer rates  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Summer is always a unique time for Las Vegas golf. Some golfers stay away from courses because of triple-digit temperatures, but others embrace the season ...



Democrats seek reduced penalties on students assaulting teachers  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A bill in the Assembly would reduce the penalties students face for punching teachers. An animating belief behind the bill is that teachers can't overcome their ...



Clark County school budget cuts won’t be applied equally  Las Vegas Review-Journal

As Clark County schools struggle to erase more than $60 million in red ink for the second year in a row, the burden is falling more heavily on the “haves” more ...



Charter schools are under attack  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The battle over charter schools has come to Carson City. A bill introduced this week would stop the growth of new charter schools, which is the first step to ...



Sisolak’s budget doesn’t include money for teacher raises  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada's magic trick of the year didn't take place on the Las Vegas Strip. It was Gov. Steve Sisolak convincing the public that his budget includes a 3 percent ...



Mom, sister hold on to memories of Las Vegas teen killed in 2007  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Cory Iascone's mother had all but given up hope that police would make an arrest in her son's 2007 shooting death. Last week, Las Vegas police arrested a ...



UNLV group aims to serve Latino pre-med students  Las Vegas Sun

Kevin Ashi, 21, spent his childhood between his parents' countries and the United States. The UNLV student hopes to draw on his experiences in both rural ...



VICTOR JOECKS: Parents fighting to save Opportunity Scholarships  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When public schools are failing, the education establishment cries it needs more money. When Opportunity Scholarships succeed, many of those people insist ...



Scholarship fund will help children of those killed in Oct. 1 shooting  Las Vegas Sun

After losing their daughter in the Oct. 1 Strip shooting, Debbie and Chris Davis found themselves thrust into a virtual role they hadn't played in many years ...



The problems with taking water from Eastern Nevada — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Southern Nevada Water Authority wants to take billions of gallons of water that doesn't exist from Eastern Nevada via a pipeline that would cost ratepayers ...



Teen gets life sentence in shooting of high school freshman  Las Vegas Sun

Gerald Davison, 17, was sentenced today to life in prison in the shooting death of Christopher Privett, a high school freshman who was killed last year in a ...



VICTOR JOECKS: Moving marijuana money won’t increase education funding  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Spending the marijuana money on education makes political sense, but this alone doesn't do anything to increase education funding. “Last session, the ...



The prevailing wage is a rip off. Here are the numbers to prove it.  Las Vegas Review-Journal

For decades, conservatives have contended that the prevailing wage increases costs. Now Nevada governments are saying the same thing.



High school journalists recognized with Review-Journal awards  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The all-female staff of student journalists at Green Valley High School took home top honors Monday at the 42nd annual Las Vegas Review-Journal High School ...



CCSD principal pushes transgender ideology on kindergarteners  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Clark County School District principal wants kindergarteners to think about if they're transgender.



Clark County School District’s graduation schedule for 2018  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District has released its schedule of 2018 high school graduations. Graduations began on Wednesday and run through June 1.



Las Vegas mother-daughter duo star in televised baking competition  FOX5 Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- It's almost time for a Las Vegas mother-daughter duo to make their debut on a popular baking show competition.



Arbor View girls soccer: A culture of champions  Las Vegas Review-Journal

It might not be to the national level of recognition that is Bishop Gorman football, but you don't have to glance much further down a list of the most successful ...



VICTOR JOECKS: Democrats acknowledging need to limit collective bargaining  Las Vegas Review-Journal

As the legislative session winds down, a bipartisan consensus has emerged on a most unlikely topic — the need to limit collective bargaining. Republicans have ...



Fiscal fireworks still to come at the legislature  Las Vegas Review-Journal

CARSON CITY. Nevada's upcoming budget will be its largest ever. But legislators still want to spend more than is available. Last session, lawmakers approved a ...



Sisolak’s education plan won’t fix CCSD’s budget problems  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Even the teachers union is admitting that Gov. Steve Sisolak's education plan won't fix school district budget problems.



Democrat bill would gut Read by Three  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Read by Three is about to become Read by Never. On Monday, a host of Democrats introduced Assembly Bill 289, which would gut the requirement that third ...



CCSD investigation has become a cover-up  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When the Clark County School District needed to cover-up misconduct by its top officials, it turned to an unusual tool: hiring an independent investigator.



Clark High School team wins Nevada Science Bowl  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County public school students swept the top spots at a regional science competition, and a team from Clark High School will represent the area at ...



Seaman says Las Vegas City Council was wrong on Badlands  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Las Vegas City Council erred by preventing development at the Badlands Golf Course, according to Victoria Seaman, Ward 2 candidate for the council.



VICTOR JOECKS: 4 bills to watch as the legislature winds down  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Nevada Legislative Session ends in nine days. Some of the most consequential bills have yet to receive a single vote, as of Friday. Here are four of the most ...



Parents of Las Vegas shooting victim establish scholarship fund  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Chris and Debbie Davis have launched the Children of the 58 scholarship in the memory of their 46-year-old daughter, Neysa Tonks, who was killed in the Oct. 1 ...



Las Vegas City Council candidate Munier on Badlands, short-term rentals  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Las Vegas City Council should wait for a court decision before deciding whether or not to allow development of the Badlands Golf Course.



Las Vegas students get lesson in pre-integrated military  Las Vegas Review-Journal

About 20 of the original airmen are still alive now, Porter told the students. Many of them are nearly 100 years in age. In 2006, under then-President George W.



In crowded Ward 2 council race, most keep quiet on Badlands battle  Las Vegas Sun

A debate over the redevelopment of a closed golf course in one of the Valley's wealthiest neighborhoods was the defining issue in the 2017 Las Vegas City ...



Sisolak prepares to undo Sandoval’s education legacy  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Over the next two years, Gov. Steve Sisolak plans to gut and eliminate Brian Sandoval's major education reforms. It's all to benefit the government unions who ...



Palo Verde choir earns worldwide praise  Las Vegas Sun

Students typically excel at academics and sports to stand out and turn heads. But it's Palo Verde High School's show choir that has audiences around the world ...



Man sentenced in shooting death of Palo Verde freshman  Las Vegas Sun

Ezekiel Williams was sentenced Wednesday to a minimum of eight years on one count of voluntary manslaughter with use of a deadly weapon and one count of ...



Valerie Weber talks Badlands, more police in neighborhoods — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A decision to allow development on the former Badlands Golf Course could put other neighborhoods at risk.



Former Palo Verde tennis standout offers lessons through academy  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Joshua Levinson has had a tennis racket in his hand since he was a toddler. While his whole family played, he was the one who took it to the next level. By 13 ...



VICTOR JOECKS: Many Republicans show hypocrisy, incompetence on Equal Rights Amendment  Las Vegas Review-Journal

If you want half the Republicans in Carson City to support a terrible bill, just give it an attractive name. That's what happened when the so-called Equal Rights ...



May-Brown on why Nevada needs the subminimum wage  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Eliminating the subminimum wage will end training and work opportunities for some members of the disabled community. Instead of doing something productive, ...



VICTOR JOECKS: Democrats prioritize political theater over hiking education funding  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Scoring political points is more important to legislative Democrats than funding the programs they believe will improve education.



Nevada Firearms Coalition leader talks state gun control efforts  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The language in the bill banning bump stocks is still too vague. Red flag laws are a violation of due process. That's according to Don Turner, president of the ...



VICTOR JOECKS: Ford signs past employer to contract worth up to $350M  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Forget the record-high stock market. Politicians are the best investment money can buy. Consider what attorney general Aaron Ford has done for his former ...



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