In The News: School of Public Policy and Leadership
As a teenager living in central Las Vegas, William McCurdy II could easily have gone down a path that ended with one of two outcomes — death or a prison sentence — for many of his friends.
Diana Morgan, director of development at the Discovery Children’s Museum, has words to work by posted near her desk: “Your crazy is showing. You might want to tuck that back in.”
f you want to make the world a better place, consider not following the lead of Suzanne Lea, founder and CEO of the Las Vegas nonprofit, In12Days.
President Barack Obama said Thursday investigators are continuing to search for the motives of the people who killed 14 people in a spray of bullets in California and called on Americans to "search ourselves as a society" to find a way to curb gun violence.
Another state on Friday indicated its regulators believe fantasy sports contests such as those run by Boston-based DraftKings are illegal gambling operations, as pressure from federal investigators increased on the fast-growing, online industry.
Robin Mendoza started mapping the Clark County Wetlands Park as an obligation — her geographic-information systems class professor assigned it as part her B.A. in environmental science at UNLV. But she finished it as an enjoyable, if slightly OCD, occupation — the wetlands staff was so impressed with her work that the county hired her as a summer intern.
Fantasy Springs Resort Casino is making a free, online social casino a virtual reality.
In an office tower across the street from the state Capitol, in a locked room, amid the hum of computer servers, rows of dozens of slot machines sit, their lights flashing.
What is the risk of nuclear waste coming to Nevada?