The Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital in Las Vegas faces challenges that aren’t uncommon, according to an independent report by two national experts released Thursday afternoon.
Local agencies will not get funding to support antiterrorism programs and preparedness — money that provided $1.8 million this year.
An effort was launched in Congress on Thursday to designate 350,000 acres of government-protected conservation land and wilderness northeast of Las Vegas.
Eight Clark County public pools and water parks will open Saturday to kick off the start of summer and also help families in need.
The Nevada Division of Insurance said Tuesday that it has rolled out a new website.
It was a down year for the alfalfa farm owned in Nevada by U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, a financial disclosure report shows.
A “pay as you rate” bill to speed payments to former service members was introduced Wednesday in Congress, part of a new push for the Department of Veterans Affairs to reduce a swollen backlog of claims.
The U.S. Senate on Wednesday put the final touch on a bill to punish people who falsely pass themselves off as war heroes and try to profit from it.
The Henderson City Council voted Tuesday to change some police service fees.
By City Manager Jacob Snow’s definition, Henderson is not a “premier city” yet, but it’s getting close.