The familiar figure of Todd Farlow offering his opinion at government meetings is no more, leaving behind officials who mourn his loss, despite his sometimes chastising their decisions as “crap,” then adding “shame on you.”
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Officials used to count North Las Vegas’ options for averting financial ruin on two hands, but then came a court decision taking away its authority to freeze millions of dollars in long-sought union pay raises.
The U.S. House voted last week to suspend a new tax penalty facing Americans who do not purchase health insurance required under the Affordable Care Act.
“Housing and medication are key” to prevent people from cycling in and out of hospital emergency and jail, according to Mike Willden, director of the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.
A member of the City Council in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., has filed a wrongful death claim against the city involving the death of her mother in a vehicle-pedestrian traffic accident. She and her sister are seeking $2.5 million each for their grief, pain and suffering.
State Committee on Local Government Finance members on Friday decided against throwing recession-rocked North Las Vegas into receivership, giving city leaders until May 1 to report back with a detailed plan for bridging next year’s projected eight-digit deficit and ducking a state takeover.
The Environmental Protection Agency envisions moving 580 employees from laboratories and offices on and near the UNLV campus into a new $120 million complex somewhere in the valley, according to details of the agency’s plan obtained Friday.
The U.S. Senate could be headed for another bumpy ride on extending federal jobless benefits to more than 2 million long-term unemployed workers.
Clark County residents have a chance on Wednesday to learn more about the county’s proposed ordinance that could lead to medical marijuana dispenseries in Southern Nevada.
The agency is in the midst of a major overhaul, part of an internal review that will see it adopt more than a dozen new policies and procedures or face wholesale absorption by their counterparts at the city of Las Vegas.