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Students and parents at Mojave High School expressed safety concerns following a fight Tuesday.
Staff member injured, student arrested after fight at Mojave High School FOX5 Las Vegas
Students fighting at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas injured a staff member, according to the Clark County School District.
Raising The Bar Students helping students in Mojave HS Sports Medicine Program Bryan Callahan 10:03 KTNV Las Vegas
NORTH LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Looking around the sports medicine lab at Mojave High School it can be tough to differentiate the athletes from the people ...
Mojave High School parent letter FOX5 Las Vegas
Students fighting at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas injured a staff member, according to the Clark County School District. Facebook · Twitter · SMS ...
Male student arrested at North Las Vegas school for loaded gun Las Vegas Review-Journal
The 15-year-old was taken into custody after school Wednesday when he was found to have a .40-caliber handgun in his possession. It was the fourth firearms ...
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 ...
North Las Vegas teenager speaks for all state’s students Las Vegas Review-Journal
Mojave High School student Ashley Macias is serving as the voice of all Nevada students on the State Board of Education. She's also serving as a student ...
Family seeks answers 3 years after teen killed outside North Las Vegas school KTNV Las Vegas
It's been nearly three years since Taylor Brantley was killed outside Mojave High School and his killer still has not been caught. "A lot of questions that still aren't ...
Students who walked out at Mojave High want better school safety, not new gun laws FOX5 Las Vegas
A group of students at Mojave High School in North Las Vegas walked out of class on Friday to send a message that they want their school to be safer.
Serious incidents involving Las Vegas valley schools in 2018-19 KTNV Las Vegas
This is an ongoing list of serious incidents at Las Vegas valley schools for the 2018-19 school year. An individual was arrested after gun found in vehicle at ...
5 Clark County schools locked down over phone shooting threats Las Vegas Review-Journal
The lockdowns were called around 1:15 p.m. Friday and lifted at 3 p.m. after school district police determined the threats were not credible.
Metal detectors considered after rash of school gun incidents Las Vegas Sun
With seven gun-related incidents on school grounds this year, including the fatal shooting of a high school student Tuesday in North Las Vegas, officials are ...
CCSD police confiscate BB gun at Mojave High School FOX5 Las Vegas
Clark County School District police confiscated a BB gun from a Mojave High School student on Monday, the school's principal said on Twitter.
Police arrest North Las Vegas student who had gun in backpack Las Vegas Review-Journal
Clark County School District police arrested a 15-year-old male student near Cheyenne High School on Wednesday afternoon after finding a loaded handgun in ...
Boy, 16, shot dead during fight outside Mojave High School Las Vegas Sun
A 16-year-old boy was fatally shot near a North Las Vegas high school this afternoon in a fight involving 40 to 60 people. Officers were called to investigate a ...
Las Vegas students deck the stalls with inspirational messages — VIDEO Las Vegas Review-Journal
Mojave High School student council members helped renovate the school's bathrooms by painting positive messages and images on the stall doors Friday.
Mojave High School robotics program awarded grant from Amazon and VanTrust KTNV Las Vegas
Amazon and VanTrust Real Estate made a donation of $10000 to Mojave High Schools new manufacturing and robotics program to commemorate the ...
4 arrested, 2 hospitalized after fight near Las Vegas high school Las Vegas Review-Journal
At least three juveniles and one adult were arrested by Las Vegas police on Friday afternoon after a fight outside a central valley high school that has recently ...
Mojave shooting leaves students, others sad, unnerved Las Vegas Review-Journal
With the help of extra counselors and police, Mojave High School's school day ran as usual Monday. But Friday's late afternoon shooting near campus, which ...
Mojave High School's turnaround starts with pride Las Vegas Sun
This is Mojave High School's sorry reputation: Because it was proclaimed a “persistently low-achieving school” by the Clark County School District, students ...
Clark County school budget cuts won’t be applied equally Las Vegas Review-Journal
Schools that are receiving additional targeted funding to help students living in poverty or English language learners are using that money to avoid having to ...
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.
At Mojave High, program for misbehaving students is detention hall on steroids Las Vegas Sun
The harsh florescent lights flicker inside a portable classroom behind Mojave High School where three students work in silence, their brows furrowed as they ...
North Las Vegas police investigate 1-year-old girl’s death Las Vegas Review-Journal
North Las Vegas police said they are investigating the October death of a 1-year-old girl.
Inmate from Clark County, 64, dies in Northern Nevada prison Las Vegas Review-Journal
A 64-year-old inmate died in hospice care at a Northern Nevada prison on Monday, the Department of Corrections announced.
Most Clark County high schools improved graduation rates last year Las Vegas Review-Journal
Graduation rates at the 56 schools in Clark County generally improved in the 2016-17 school year, with Laughlin Junior/Senior High School leading the charge ...
Nevada boarding school teacher arrested on child abuse charge — VIDEO Las Vegas Review-Journal
A teacher at a private boarding school in Amargosa Valley has been arrested on a child abuse charge, and an investigation has revealed that the school's water ...
What the bond between public education and private labor looks like Nevada Current
Two days before Southeast Career Technical Academy held its graduation ceremony at Orleans Arena, a much smaller celebration took place in a rec room on ...
Nevada law could send hundreds of teachers packing Las Vegas Review-Journal
A 2015 state law requiring teachers to pass a three-credit college course on “family engagement” will lead the state to send letters to 900 educators this week ...
Inmate, 71, dies at Nevada prison infirmary Las Vegas Review-Journal
John Henry Riley, 71, died in his cell in the High Desert State Prison's infirmary Saturday morning, the department said.
CCSD creates Safe Voice app so students, parents can report school threats KLAS-TV
Earlier this week, the state of Nevada announced the launch of a mobile app where students and parents can report threats to students or schools, including ...
Bus fire in southeast Las Vegas leaves one person in custody Las Vegas Review-Journal
Firefighters and Las Vegas police are investigating a possible arson after a bus caught fire in the southeast valley Sunday morning, according to the Clark ...
Las Vegas kidnapping suspect facing 4 felony charges Las Vegas Review-Journal
Antwon Perkins, the former state corrections officer suspected of a Thursday abduction of a middle school student, is facing four felony charges, including sexual ...
Person in custody after potential threat at Las Vegas school Las Vegas Review-Journal
One person has been taken into custody in connection with a “potential threat” made against a charter school in the south Las Vegas Valley.
Man arrested in connection with girl’s disappearance in Las Vegas Las Vegas Review-Journal
A man was arrested Saturday in connection with the disappearance of a 13-year-old girl who went missing Thursday night from Circus Circus, according to jail ...
Rival unions vie for the loyalty of Clark County teachers Las Vegas Review-Journal
For some teachers, requesting that they choose between dueling local unions is akin to asking a small child to pick which divorced parent to live with.
Las Vegas man killed while walking dog was retired Calif. firefighter Las Vegas Review-Journal
Donald Mercer, a retired California firefighter, could be found walking his best friend, a pit bull terrier named Chase, almost every morning in Las Vegas.
Woman shot in a parking lot in western Las Vegas Las Vegas Review-Journal
The shooting occurred around 3:40 p.m. in a parking lot in the 6100 block of Spring Mountain Road, near Jones Boulevard, Las Vegas police said.
Coroner rules Nevada prisoner’s death a suicide Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Clark County coroner's office confirmed Friday that the death of an inmate in his prison cell this week was a suicide.
Woman hit by vehicle while walking dog in Las Vegas dies of injuries Las Vegas Review-Journal
Angel Garza, 40, was walking her dog and pushing a shopping cart on East Gowan Road around 12:45 a.m. on Oct. 16 when she was struck by a 2002 Infiniti ...
School Shootings List in Twenty Years Since Columbine: 240 and Counting Westword
Twenty years ago tomorrow, on April 20, 1999, two seniors at Columbine High School killed twelve students and a teacher before taking their own lives in an ...
Police arrest 2 suspects after barricade in central Las Vegas Las Vegas Review-Journal
Two suspects were arrested following a barricade incident in the central valley Tuesday morning.
Las Vegas police stop detaining low-level offenders for ICE Las Vegas Review-Journal
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo directed corrections officers in December to stop placing immigration holds on undocumented immigrants with low-level ...
Last day to register for CCSD summer is near KTNV Las Vegas
The final day to register for Clark County School District's (CCSD) second summer school session is June 30, from 7:30 a.m.-noon.
Man found dead in central Las Vegas house fire Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Clark County Fire Department responded to an early Tuesday morning fire in the central valley and discovered the body of an adult male inside the house.
Principal hits streets in quest to bring students back to class Las Vegas Sun
Antonio Rael takes a deep breath and rings the front door bell. Dogs start barking from within the house, the noise piercing the morning quiet. A few foreclosure ...
Nevada water rescue team on mission to help with Florence Las Vegas Review-Journal
A team of 16 water rescue specialists is being deployed to Virginia, where low coastal areas could see flooding as Hurricane Florence hurtles toward the East ...
Inmate who made Las Vegas headlines in 1981 dies in Nevada prison Las Vegas Review-Journal
Few in Las Vegas are likely to remember the name John Odoms, but he made headlines more than four decades ago. The 72-year-old, who was serving a life ...
Pedestrian struck by 3 vehicles in northwest Las Vegas dies Las Vegas Review-Journal
Three vehicles struck a male pedestrian, killing him, in a chain-reaction crash Tuesday night in the northwest valley, Las Vegas police said.
5 CCSD schools placed on lockdown after threatening calls; threats found non-credible KLAS-TV
Several schools in the Clark County School District were were placed on a hard lockdown following threats that were later proven to be non-credible.
Some Las Vegas residents may qualify for free tax preparation Las Vegas Review-Journal
Volunteers are trained to help file tax forms for those with a taxable income up to $54000, city officials said. Advance appointments are required.
Las Vegas police arrest suspect in ‘Blue Bucket Bandit’ thefts Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Metropolitan Police Department arrested a man after identifying him as the suspect in a number of thefts of surveillance cameras and packages attributed to ...
Nevada part of effort targeting illegal dispensing of drugs Las Vegas Review-Journal
Nevada law enforcement officials on Thursday issued search warrants to five medical professionals suspected of illegally prescribing and dispensing ...
Baby in possible co-sleeping death in Las Vegas ID’d Las Vegas Review-Journal
Maya R. Boney could not be revived when paramedics and police responded to a home on the 4600 block of Eugene Avenue on Thursday after she was ...
Mother talks about Nevada school under fire for child abuse allegations Las Vegas Review-Journal
Pahrump mother Nicole Bayer recalled her son's experience at Northwest Academy during an interview Saturday, two days after news broke that the Armagosa ...
Nevada man in prison for attempted robbery dies at Las Vegas hospice Las Vegas Review-Journal
A Nevada inmate serving three to 10 years for attempted robbery died this weekend at a Las Vegas hospice facility, a state Department of Corrections release ...
Woman suffers burn injuries, dog dies in east Las Vegas fire Las Vegas Review-Journal
A woman is hospitalized with serious burns to her face, arms and hands after a garage fire broke out early Sunday in the east valley, the Las Vegas Fire ...
Suspicious death reported in northwest Las Vegas, police say Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas homicide detectives are investigating the suspicious death of a woman in the northwest valley on Friday.
Legal Aid Center begins managing Vegas Strong Resiliency Center Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada began overseeing day-to-day operations of the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center on Tuesday, according to a statement ...
Las Vegas TV reporter arrested on lewdness, indecent exposure charges Las Vegas Review-Journal
A Las Vegas sports broadcaster was arrested Tuesday on charges of lewdness and indecent exposure, police said.
Inmate, 76, dies at Northern Nevada prison hospice facility Las Vegas Review-Journal
A 76-year-old inmate died in the hospice facility of a Northern Nevada prison on Monday, the Department of Corrections announced.
PETA offers reward to help catch Las Vegas Valley dog poisoners Las Vegas Review-Journal
A national advocacy organization is offering its own reward to help catch animal poisoners who use tainted meat to harm their victims.
Father was supposed to clean gun Las Vegas boy took to school Las Vegas Review-Journal
A corrections officer charged with neglect after his 9-year-old son brought a gun to Las Vegas elementary school left a pistol that a friend had given him to clean ...
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 ...
Las Vegas Valley mosquito monitoring operation begins Las Vegas Review-Journal
With the arrival of warmer weather, the Southern Nevada Health District's Mosquito Surveillance Program is once again taking wing.
Prosecutors: New messages show Las Vegas lawyer’s hit was genuine Las Vegas Review-Journal
Authorities discovered a new set of messages from Las Vegas attorney Alexis Plunkett that shed light on her intentions to have a jailed ex-boyfriend killed, ...
Week in Pictures: March 24-March 30 Las Vegas Review-Journal
Take a look at some eye-catching pictures from Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including Casino Battle Royale Demolition Derby, ...
Oral history collection shares voices of Las Vegas history Las Vegas Review-Journal
For more than 15 years, Claytee White has been hearing stories of Southern Nevada's history told directly by the people who made it.
SWAT helps police make arrest in south Las Vegas Valley Las Vegas Review-Journal
Metro's SWAT team assisted detectives make an arrest Monday night in the south valley.
Police seek help to ID suspects in theft near Las Vegas Strip mall Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas police need the public's help in identifying several people who stole boxes of high-end retail merchandise last month from a delivery vehicle outside ...
Man arrested in Las Vegas fatal crash has 2015 DUI conviction Las Vegas Review-Journal
A motorcyclist suspected of DUI in a deadly crash near downtown early Saturday was previously convicted of driving under the influence in 2015, Las Vegas ...
Theft suspect who ran onto Las Vegas airfield identified Las Vegas Review-Journal
The man arrested after allegedly stealing from a gas station and leading police on a foot chase onto the McCarran International Airport airfield has been ...
North Las Vegas police ask for help to find burglary suspect Las Vegas Review-Journal
North Las Vegas police are asking for help identifying a man suspected of two home burglaries on July 22.
Suspect in attempted kidnapping of Las Vegas student ID’d Las Vegas Review-Journal
A man who was arrested Monday morning after he allegedly tried to abduct a middle school student in the northwest Las Vegas Valley has been identified.
Valley of Fires: Las Vegas blaze illustrates higher risk — Part 2 Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Westlake Apartments blaze from nearly two years ago reflects the higher fire risk in Las Vegas' older, urban areas.
Beatty man jailed after allegedly threatening Valley Electric workers Las Vegas Review-Journal
A Beatty man has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill Valley Electric employees after his power was cut off.
Nevada aviation pioneer Marie McMillan dies at age 92 Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Las Vegas resident, who received her private pilot license at age 44, set 328 U.S. aviation records and 328 world records, and was one of the first inductees ...
Woman arrested in Las Vegas hit-and-run that killed 60-year-old woman Las Vegas Review-Journal
Amy McDermott was arrested Friday and booked into the Clark County Detention Center in connection with the death of Fadila Popovic of Las Vegas, who died ...
Missing Las Vegas girl, 11, found in New York; mom in custody Las Vegas Review-Journal
An 11-year-old Las Vegas girl missing since February was found in New York City, and her mother is in custody pending extradition.
3 Northern Nevada inmates die over weekend Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Nevada Department of Corrections reported three inmate deaths this weekend in the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City.
Some alarmed by early bell times for high schools Las Vegas Sun
Nicole Jewell scans her classroom as the first bell rings. Several seats in her first-period English class are still empty. “I don't know where everyone's at this ...
Green-Up volunteers plant trees to fortify Las Vegas Wash Las Vegas Review-Journal
Volunteers and organizers of the semiannual Green-Up project planted thousands of trees and shrubs at the Las Vegas Wash on Saturday.
3 Northern Nevada inmates died of natural causes on same weekend Las Vegas Review-Journal
Three Northern Nevada Correctional Center inmates who died the same weekend in December died of natural causes, according to the Washoe County ...
3 people in custody after standoff in east Las Vegas Las Vegas Review-Journal
Three people are in custody after a Tuesday shooting led to a high-speed chase and hourslong barricade early Wednesday morning.
Florida motorcyclist dies after colliding with car in Las Vegas Las Vegas Review-Journal
A 59-year-old Florida man died after his motorcycle collided with a car Saturday afternoon in the northeast Las Vegas Valley, police said.
Why Is Patrick Harper Still An NLV Murder Suspect? KNPR
More than a year ago, North Las Vegas police arrested Patrick Harper for murder. He was held in jail for two weeks until the Clark County District Attorney ...
North Las Vegas elementary school honors fallen police officer Las Vegas Review-Journal
He has been gone for 22 years, but an honorable legacy remains for Raul Elizondo, a police officer who died in the line of duty in 1995. On Wednesday, the ...
Statue for shooting victims damaged in Las Vegas Healing Garden Las Vegas Review-Journal
The “Love and Courage” statue that stands as a tribute to the victims of the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting has been damaged, and its co-creator said Friday ...
Man, 65, dies in Las Vegas police custody after struggle Las Vegas Review-Journal
A 65-year-old man's family is left looking for answers following his death in Las Vegas police custody Sunday morning.
More than 500 receive diplomas at Clark County School District summer graduation Las Vegas Review-Journal
After signing up for a tutor and cramming for a standardized reading test, Laura Elizabeth Vasquez was among Tuesday's graduates, officially retiring her ...
Japanese pair extradited in $1.5B Las Vegas Ponzi scheme Las Vegas Review-Journal
Two former executives of a Las Vegas investment company have been extradited from Japan in connection with a $1.5 billion Ponzi scheme that prosecutors ...
Weather, low fuel force flight to land at Nellis near Las Vegas Las Vegas Review-Journal
An American Airlines flight on its way to McCarran International Airport made an emergency landing at Nellis Air Force Base on Saturday afternoon, apparently ...
Woman arrested on suspected DUI after crashing into light pole Las Vegas Review-Journal
A woman was arrested Friday night on suspicion of impaired driving with at least one child in the car, after crashing into a light pole in the central Las Vegas ...
Las Vegas woman accused in fatal hit-and-run thought she hit a dog Las Vegas Review-Journal
A woman accused of leaving the scene after striking and killing a pedestrian last week told police she thought she ran over a dog, not a person.
Nevada attorney general issues warning about Fortnite scams Las Vegas Review-Journal
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford is advising the public to be wary of scams that prey upon users of the Fortnite game.
Las Vegas DMV customers need to get in line as new system is tested Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas Valley residents still need to get in line if they plan on visiting an area Department of Motor Vehicles office.
Officials seek family of Nevada inmate who died on Christmas Las Vegas Review-Journal
Callisha Lakota, 62, died of unknown causes about 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center's medical facility in Carson City.
Las Vegas officer injured during foot pursuit after carjacking Las Vegas Review-Journal
An officer was injured following a foot pursuit in the northeast valley Saturday morning.
Las Vegas police search for man who hit Fed Ex driver with rock Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas police are searching for a man suspected of assaulting a Fed Ex driver on Feb. 7.
Swastika, anti-Semitic words painted on Jewish family’s Las Vegas home Las Vegas Review-Journal
Sara Attia discovered her Las Vegas apartment was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti in what marks the second reported instance of a swastika being painted ...
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