Melvyn Sprowson, representing himself at trial, faces the possibility of life in prison on four counts of unlawful use of a minor in the production of pornography, and one count each of first-degree kidnapping and child abuse or neglect.
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Inspire Nevada is out to ensure youths’ voices are heard in politics. It’s recruiting leaders on high school campuses to speak to seniors and register them to vote.
The Clark County School District will begin classes two weeks earlier next school year, with the first day of school set for Aug. 14.
By the time police arrested Henderson teacher Jeffrey Schultz for alleged indecency toward a student on Tuesday he had already been the subject of two disciplinary investigations — including one at a previous school.
CARSON CITY — Senate Democrats will not consider a Republican bill to resurrect education savings accounts, Majority Leader Aaron Ford told reporters Friday.
Students interested in getting a hands-on look at how laws are made — and take a stab at creating their own — have until March 31 to apply for next session’s Nevada Youth Legislature.
In a bill spanning nearly 300 pages, a Nevada Assemblyman this week laid out his plans for giving community colleges a greater voice.
A Henderson middle school teacher accused of having inappropriate conversations with students was the subject of two previous disciplinary investigations, according to a police report.
Charter, private and parochial students could play sports at their zoned public school if their school doesn’t field a team under a bill proposed Thursday.
The father of a student who committed suicide after being bullied criticized proposed changes to the 2015 law that bears his daughter’s name as a “step backward.”
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