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Breaking News Blog Las Vegas breaking news for January 24, 2019 Joyce Lupiani 5:09 AM  KTNV Las Vegas

The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.



Las Vegas High beats Eldorado to claim Mountain Region title  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The bad news for the Las Vegas High soccer team is that it had two shots on goal in Saturday's Mountain Region title game at Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex.



In Las Vegas area, soccer is high school sports’ equalizer  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Eldorado doesn't play in the rich suburbs of Henderson or Summerlin, but a part of town people like to forget about when it comes to sports. But as the ...



New program to change how Clark County schools handle discipline  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District is teaming up with the justice system to combat the school-to-prison pipeline under a new program being unveiled Friday.



Report: Former high school sub teacher impregnated student  KLAS-TV

A former Eldorado High School substitute teacher is accused of impregnating a 17-year-old student, according to his arrest report.



Eldorado High substitute teacher, coach arrested on sex charges involving student  Las Vegas Sun

A substitute teacher and assistant girls basketball coach at Eldorado High School was arrested last week and charged with sex acts with a minor ...



Coronado clips Palo Verde to secure trip to Reno for semis  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Coronado's girls volleyball team clinched a trip to Reno with an emotional victory over Palo Verde in Class 4A state quarterfinal play on Monday night.



1 dead in shooting at North Las Vegas high school  Las Vegas Review-Journal

An 18-year-old man died after he was shot Tuesday afternoon outside a North Las Vegas high school, officials said. North Las Vegas police began receiving ...



Police identify 3 arrested in death of Eldorado High teacher  Las Vegas Sun

Metro Police today identified three men arrested Friday in connection with the death of an Eldorado High School teacher and a series of robberies last month.



6 plead not guilty in death of Eldorado High School teacher  Las Vegas Sun

The next hearing for six defendants charged in the October death of Eldorado High School teacher Timothy VanDerbosch will be held early next month in Clark ...



Former Eldorado star Steven Jackson of St. Louis Rams to be enshrined in local hall  Las Vegas Sun

The achievements of this high school football team seem almost unreal. The Las Vegas High 1944 state championship squad surrendered no points — not a ...



High school principal enters Nevada race for Ruben Kihuen’s seat  Las Vegas Review-Journal

John Anzalone, 41, a Democrat and principal of Sierra Vista High School in Las Vegas, says he will focus his campaign on education, energy and equity.



John Anzalone hopes to bring a principal's consensus-building skills to Congress  The Nevada Independent

John Anzalone is no stranger to uphill battles. He landed his first principal job at 32, and he bested a field of 43 applicants to land the top spot at Eldorado High ...



Clark County training for school assailant stresses hiding over fighting  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When a lockdown is called in a Clark County school — whether it's a drill or a real “active assailant situation” — teachers are expected to quickly hustle students ...



‘Fintech’ boom evident in Las Vegas’ Money 20/20 show  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Kenneth Lin will be among the 11500 industry professionals gathering in Las Vegas starting Sunday for the biggest U.S. conference dedicated to emerging ...



Grand jury indicts 6 in death of Eldorado High teacher  Las Vegas Sun

A grand jury has indicted six people in the murder of Eldorado High School teacher Timothy VanDerbosch. The indictment was announced Wednesday, hours ...



Clark County schools try new approach to student discipline  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A “separate-and-rehabilitate” model, a student tribunal and a dedicated staffer who works with students on behavioral issues all aim to proactively catch bad ...



New leagues: A look at the realignment proposal for all Nevada prep sports  Las Vegas Sun

The realignment committee of the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association made the following recommendation today for the new 5A classification. It will be ...



Clark County schools highlight security net after Florida shooting  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When it comes to mass violence, the Clark County School District has been lucky. The last on-campus fatal shooting was in 1990, a student-on-student incident ...



Clark County schools strive to balance school safety, punitive reforms  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Clark County School District faces a tough balancing act. Not the challenge of balancing a checkbook — although that's pertinent too — but of keeping ...



Parents, principals still unclear on severity of budget cuts  Las Vegas Review-Journal

It's looking like I don't know what's going to happen,” Wilson told parents. “They're looking at everything they can to keep teachers and support staff with jobs in ...



CCSD's balancing act: Preventing school violence while protecting student equality  Las Vegas Sun

From the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, to the day-to-day disturbances that unfold in classrooms, incidences of violence on school campuses have ...



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.



Clark County schools target policy for firearms on campus  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Clark County school officials are working on a policy that would spell out when teachers and other staffers can carry firearms on campus as allowed by a Nevada ...



Weighted-funding law helps some schools avoid staff cuts  Las Vegas Review-Journal

This is the story of two east valley high schools, both of which weathered the most recent budget cuts ordered by the Clark County School District and came out ...



Meet the man who’s helped transform Nevada’s drone industry  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Take a glance around Chris Walach's office, and you'll pick up hints of his past. His desk inside the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems office — bare ...



Nevada governor candidate Sisolak lays out education plan  Las Vegas Review-Journal

After saying he would donate his salary until education in Nevada was fixed last month, Democratic governor candidate Steve Sisolak on Monday rolled out his ...



New teacher contract cedes CCSD’s financial authority to teachers union  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Just 70 days into his tenure as superintendent, Jesus Jara stands ready to abdicate financial control of the school district to the teachers union.



One student’s story highlights Clark County schools’ struggle with violence  Las Vegas Review-Journal

D'Andre Burnett, a 17-year-old high school senior, has had s rocky educational journey. But after his arrest for fighting with a classmate, he decided to apply ...



Clark County special ed teachers see workload grow after budget cuts  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The teachers, who already put in long days and take work home, will see their caseloads grow from a maximum of 22 students to 24. That will require more ...



Sun Standout Awards celebrating high school athletics set for May  Las Vegas Sun

The Las Vegas Sun is celebrating another outstanding year of high school sports in Southern Nevada, and we'd like your input in helping identify the best ...



Coffee shop owner joins Las Vegas City Council race  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Sherman Avery Ray is joining the race for the Las Vegas' Ward 1 City Council seat. Ray joins former Las Vegas city employee Brian Knudsen in the race to ...



Freshman lawmakers get crash course in Nevada Legislature  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Orientation started last Wednesday for Alexis Hansen and 12 other freshman Assembly and Senate members, barely a week after their victories.



The education examination: What did lawmakers do for students, teachers this session?  The Nevada Independent

This time two years ago, lawmakers had closed the book on what Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval had christened “The Education Session.” Movement in ...



16-year-old pleads guilty to reduced charges in teacher death case  Las Vegas Sun

A 16-year-old boy who is one of six people accused in the October robbery, beating and eventual death of an Eldorado High School teacher is expected to be ...



Former CCSD substitute pleads guilty to having relationship with student  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A former Clark County School District substitute teacher pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of sexual conduct between a school employee and a pupil.



North Las Vegas police chief to retire after 3 years on job  Las Vegas Review-Journal

North Las Vegas Police Chief Alexander Perez announced Tuesday that he will retire May 24, meeting a promise to serve only a brief, three-year tenure marked ...



Las Vegas Valley women find entry point into tech field  Las Vegas Review-Journal

When Rachel Warbelow attended her first web- and software-development class, she stood out. “I remember walking into a couple of meetups in Las Vegas and ...



Tentative plea deal still in works for teen charged in teacher's death  Las Vegas Sun

One of three remaining defendants charged with multiple felonies in the Oct. 20, 2010, robbery and death of Timothy VanDerbosch, a Las Vegas high school ...



Teacher facing charges of sex with student indicted on new allegations  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Clark County School District teacher accused of having sex with a student has been indicted on charges of trying to dissuade a witness, prosecutors said ...



Making it home: North and East Las Vegas  KNPR

Call it the sleeping giant of the Las Vegas Valley — but this area is now on the riseYou might be surprised to learn that North Las Vegas is the ...



Metro asks for help to curb increasing violence — PHOTOS  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A wave of violent crime has rocked the valley this year, and April was especially deadly. Las Vegas police say the perpetrators seem to be getting younger and ...



Veterans Village Doubles Units Available For Transitional Housing  KNPR

The transitional housing organization Veterans Village is more than doubling its number of units available to keep troubled veterans off the streets of Las Vegas.



CCSD grad rate inches up  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Before students broke for lunch Thursday at Del Sol High School, three math teachers and a data specialist met in an empty classroom as part of a new ...



Las Vegas resident Jay Craddock to make Nevada Senate run  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Long time Las Vegas resident Jay Craddock has announced a run for the state Senate in District 21, the second Democrat to seek the seat that was held by Mark ...



New regulations skirt qualifications to teach in Nevada  Reno Gazette Journal

Nevada's emergency change to teacher licensing simplifies hiring in a state short on public school teachers, but it also opens the door to those who don't meet ...



UNLV summer program spurs STEM education  Las Vegas Sun

Teachers and students from across the Clark County School District are looking toward the future of STEM education with a six-week crash course underway at ...



'Quiet Crisis': Are librarians in danger of being phased out of Las Vegas schools?  Las Vegas Sun

Like other full-time librarians in the Clark County School District, Ryan Dwyer routinely pulls double duty by teaching students how to research, organize ...



Parade attendees remember legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. — VIDEO  Las Vegas Review-Journal

The sound of drums, horns, and laughter filled downtown Las Vegas during the 34th annual parade celebrating the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on ...



Man facing death penalty in teacher's death considering plea deal  Las Vegas Sun

A man who could face the death penalty if convicted in the 2010 slaying of Timothy VanDerbosch, a Las Vegas teacher, is hoping to work out a deal with ...



Chris Murray's top 150 sports moments in Nevada history  Reno Gazette Journal

The state of Nevada celebrated its 150th birthday Friday, and although the state has never had a professional team in the four major sports, the Silver State does ...



Campaign 2018: Sisolak has 6-figure digital ad buy  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Steve Sisolak's campaign for Nevada governor went digital for its first major ad buy. The Democratic candidate's campaign rolled out take-over banner ads on ...



CCSD board asked to revisit outsourcing custodial services  Las Vegas Review-Journal

In a litmus test of the state-mandated Clark County School District reorganization, a school leadership team is asking the School Board to reconsider its rejection ...



Before help arrived on the Strip, festival security aided victims  Las Vegas Sun

While Las Vegas emergency crews and law enforcement agencies have been praised across the world for their heroic and life-saving efforts during Sunday's ...



UNLV Hope Scholars program aims to connect homeless students to college  Las Vegas Review-Journal

UNLV officials estimate that Clark County is home to about 12000 homeless youth 700 being high school seniors. Many are eligible for college, but struggle to ...



Introducing Teachers New To Moapa Valley Schools  mvprogress

By STEPHANIE BUNKER. Moapa Valley Progress. MVHS welcomes several new teachers and staff to its team including l to r Tyician Knight (Band/Orchestra), ...



Stewart school’s intimate graduation celebrates students’ strengths  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Wednesday night's ceremony at Helen J. Stewart School marked the first graduation for the Clark County School District this year. The intimate ceremony ...



Man pleads guilty to second-degree murder in teacher's death  Las Vegas Sun

In a court hearing that was sometimes tearful for him, Marcos Coronel Castrejon today agreed to plead guilty to second-degree murder in the Oct. 20, 2010, ...



Man in custody after shooting on bus in northeast Las Vegas  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A man fired a gun on a bus in the northeast valley Wednesday afternoon, Las Vegas police said, prompting an hourslong standoff.



Restaurant Awards  KNPR

Upstarts and unlikely successes, mavericks and innovators, even a disruptor or two — this year's Restaurant Awards honorees share in common uncommon ...



Residents gather for festive events to ring in season  Bouldercityreview

Boulder City residents were brimming with Christmas spirit last week as community events celebrating the holidays popped up all over the city. The festive ...



Former teacher, charged with lewdness, resigned from charter school and later hired by CCSD  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A former band teacher accused of "inappropriate contact" with students at a North Las Vegas charter school in 2012 was offered the chance to resign by the ...



It's not rocket science  KNPR

Actually, it kind of is. STEM education is all the rage — and as important as ever. Are our schools ready to shape tomorrow's scientists and engineers?



O'Keefe signs to wrestle at Kansas Wesleyan  Nevada Appeal

Carson High wrestling standout Brady O'Keefe has signed a letter of intent to attend Kansas Wesleyan University.O'Keefe announced the signing Tuesday night ...



Twenty people died in Clark County traffic accidents in 13 days: What happened?  Las Vegas Sun

A construction worker. A Swiss tourist. A high school senior. A grandmother. A bicyclist. A toddler. All killed during a rash of deadly crashes on Southern Nevada ...



Newsmakers, July 16-22, 2015  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Joi Goynes, a 2011 Faith Lutheran High School graduate and North Las Vegas resident, graduated May 9 from Vanguard University of Southern California in ...



Judge weighing suit that could shape how teachers get fired  Las Vegas Review-Journal

A Las Vegas judge soon will rule on a case that could dictate how the Clark County School District removes ineffective and poorly performing educators from the ...



Las Vegas Valley poetry slams come from place of love  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Love is giving someone all the weapons to kill you and trusting that they won't. That's a line in a poem titled “Love Is” that Darelle “RelldaTruth” Davis and Ashley ...



Angered over diabetic daughter’s death, mother files wrongful-death lawsuit  Las Vegas Review-Journal

In a phone message on Sept. 28, 2013, North Las Vegas resident Angela Donatell informed her mother that she had been arrested on a traffic warrant.



How 5 Inspiring Tablet Classrooms Are Changing Education  T.H.E. Journal

There's no one way to use tablets in the classroom. We look at some of the most creative uses from today's top tablet educators.



Cal Signs 10 For Track & Field and Cross Country  Cal Athletics

BERKELEY, Calif. ? California Director of Track & Field and Head Cross Country Coach Tony Sandoval announced the signing of 10 standouts to National ...



Newsmakers, Dec. 18-24, 2014  Las Vegas Review-Journal

Ethan Lacanienta, 15, a sophomore at Sierra Vista High School, completed the requirements and was found worthy of the rank of Eagle Scout. For his Eagle ...



Meet Your Recruiter | Admission  ENMU News Releases

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