“If teachers can learn to recognize signs of depression or anxiety, they can try to reach out to the students, and maybe point them in the direction of a counselor or someone that they can talk to in a safe space.”

How much is being done to assist Las Vegas’ K-12 students with mental health?

“If teachers can learn to recognize signs of depression or anxiety, they can try to reach out to the students, and maybe point them in the direction of a counselor or someone that they can talk to in a safe space.”

  • The $160 million fund was created to “accelerate the development of permanent affordable housing for low- to moderate-income households.”

    The $160 million fund was created to “accelerate the development of permanent affordable housing for low- to moderate-income households.”

  • The Vegas Room and the Nevada Room, which launched in the same Commercial Center building in 2020 and 2021 and became something of a safe harbor for local and touring musicians and entertainers during the pandemic, will close their doors August 20.

    The Vegas Room and the Nevada Room, which launched in the same Commercial Center building in 2020 and 2021 and became something of a safe harbor for local and touring musicians and entertainers during the pandemic, will close their doors August 20.

  • “It’s important for people to believe in themselves, to believe in whatever makes them shine, and to not be afraid to pursue their passions and find their purpose in life.”

    “It’s important for people to believe in themselves, to believe in whatever makes them shine, and to not be afraid to pursue their passions and find their purpose in life.”

  • “You’ve really got three cities in the U.S. that are real drinking cities: New Orleans, Key West and Vegas. “But let’s be honest, nowhere in the world that can hold a candle to what Vegas offers.”

    “You’ve really got three cities in the U.S. that are real drinking cities: New Orleans, Key West and Vegas. “But let’s be honest, nowhere in the world that can hold a candle to what Vegas offers.”

  • Deadmau5, Los Bukis, Shamir, Too Short, Banks and more in this week’s Superguide.

    Deadmau5, Los Bukis, Shamir, Too Short, Banks and more in this week’s Superguide.

  • The 54-year-old Bay Area bluesman joins George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic, Fishbone, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and more at the Amp at Craig Ranch on August 13.

    The 54-year-old Bay Area bluesman joins George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic, Fishbone, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and more at the Amp at Craig Ranch on August 13.

  • “It’s all about getting people to recognize a sound they grew up with,” the first-generation Mexican-American DJ tells the Weekly.

    “It’s all about getting people to recognize a sound they grew up with,” the first-generation Mexican-American DJ tells the Weekly.

  • Kevin Jonas Sr.—father of Kevin, Joe and Nick, aka the Jonas Brothers—says the family’s relationship with MGM Resorts grew through years of award shows, tours and special appearances by the pop group in Vegas.

    Kevin Jonas Sr.—father of Kevin, Joe and Nick, aka the Jonas Brothers—says the family’s relationship with MGM Resorts grew through years of award shows, tours and special appearances by the pop group in Vegas.

  • The spot marks the return of indomitable brewer Dave Otto, to town and to his old stomping grounds in the northwest Valley.

    The spot marks the return of indomitable brewer Dave Otto, to town and to his old stomping grounds in the northwest Valley.

  • Divine Deablo is among the most mild-mannered and level-headed players on the Raiders’ roster, so he didn’t protest when linebackers coach Antonio Pierce took him out of the team’s preseason opener in the middle of the second quarter on August 4. That doesn’t mean the 23-year-old linebacker wasn’t a bit frustrated — he would have preferred to play longer ...

    Divine Deablo is among the most mild-mannered and level-headed players on the Raiders’ roster, so he didn’t protest when linebackers coach Antonio Pierce took him out of the team’s preseason opener in the middle of the second quarter on August 4. That doesn’t mean the 23-year-old linebacker wasn’t a bit frustrated — he would have preferred to play longer ...