Las Vegas, NV Government


Teacher concerns rise over CCSD’s new grading model

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Clark County School District (CCSD) students will head back to the classroom on Monday. While many families are hoping to get back to a semblance of normalcy with in-person courses, there will be some changes, including to grades. “This grade change takes behaviors completely out of...
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Judge Revives Class-Action Claim In Wynn Resorts Lawsuit

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A federal judge in Nevada has revived elements of a securities fraud lawsuit seeking class-action status for allegations that executives at Wynn Resorts Ltd. knew about — but disregarded — reports of sexual harassment and misconduct against company founder Steve Wynn. The judge in Las Vegas ruled the case can go forward alleging Securities and Exchange Commission violations through material misrepresentations and omissions. Wynn has denied allegations that became public in January 2018 with a Wall Street Journal report about allegations of sexual misconduct. Wynn resigned as company chief after the Journal article appeared and has multiple ongoing court fights. His attorneys in the current case declined to comment about the judge’s order.
Las Vegas,

Lovers & Friends Festival Adds Second Las Vegas Date

Due to overwhelming demand, a second date has been added to the Lovers & Friends Festival on Sunday, May 15, 2022. Presented by Live Nation, Snoop Dog and Bobby Dee, the previously announced date on Saturday, May 14, 2022 sold out within one hour Monday morning through its special presale for guests.
Las Vegas, NVLas Vegas Sun

Anti-vax, anti-mask hysterics won’t protect community from COVID

The destructiveness of the far-right’s misinformation and propaganda about COVID-19 was on display during a recent town-hall meeting in Las Vegas. The purpose of the meeting, which was led by Clark County Commissioner William McCurdy II, was to gather community input on allocation of federal coronavirus relief funding, but instead it was hijacked and disrupted by a group of anti-mask agitators.
Boulder City,

City picks up speed despite roadblocks

The past three years have been a bumpy road for Boulder City. We faced a major crossroads Aug. 9, 2018, when a new Interstate, I-11, was about to open. Thousands of cars and trucks that passed through Boulder City each day would be able to stay on a bypass to the south of our community, cutting drive time by as much as 30 minutes.