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Two Nevada universities are reporting an uptick of sexual, domestic, and dating violence over the past two years.
More UNLV students reported crimes of rape and sexual or domestic violence, and university officials attribute the sudden spike to a greater willingness of victims to report crimes.
Two more restaurants have been announced for The You at University Gateway, a new housing and retail complex on Maryland Parkway across from UNLV.
University police in the Las Vegas valley have been awarded a grant for more than $12,000. The money is meant to upgrade safety near UNLV and CSN.
UNLV students confronted administrators Tuesday over the university’s response to a shooting threat discovered in a bathroom stall on campus on Oct. 10.
Police presence increased on the College of Southern Nevada campuses due to new policing initiatives.