An engineering firm will provide design services for the Boulder Creek Park project in the amount of $132,500 under an agreement approved Tuesday by the Henderson City Council.
Clark County commissioners voted 5-2 on Tuesday to hire a more expensive food service provider for the Clark County Detention Center after the company protested the bid outcome.
Teacher preparation programs in Nevada are not adequately training the next generation of educators, according to a national study that reviewed more than 1,000 programs and was released Tuesday.
Brushing the hair out of his eyes, Julian Elias tilts his head back and gazes up at something most Las Vegans have seen. The Hoover Dam.
Clark County School District officials are in hot water with the state over questionable actions taken to pass a property tax increase in the November election and the veracity of one incumbent board member’s campaign finance filings.
Nevada has received a federal homeland security grant of $3.46 million, an increase over last year of nearly $700,000, the state Department of Public Safety announced Tuesday.
Star chef Jose Andres’ midrecession gamble in Las Vegas continues to pay off.
Summoning the harsh history of this once-divided city, President Barack Obama on Wednesday cautioned the U.S. and Europe against “complacency” brought on by peace, pledging to cut America’s deployed nuclear weapons by one-third if Cold War foe Russia does the same.
The November 2014 election is still more than 16 months away but the Nevada State Education Association on Wednesday kicked off its effort to win voter approval of its business margins tax with a $1 million donation to the effort.
The 37 rest areas along major highways in Nevada might soon become cleaner and more friendly for visitors under a new state law.