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A Clark County Family Court judge did not abuse his discretion when he allowed a woman to move to Sweden with her two young daughters, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
Clark County commissioners Tuesday approved an agreement with Las Vegas company Mojave Mental Health to provide safety management services to families and children who are involved in the child welfare system. Services provided under the agreement include behavior management and crisis management, among others, according to a description on a county commission agenda. The estimated value of the services per year is $546,000, with a total estimated cost of $1.6 million, if all options in the contract are used.
Clark County commissioners Tuesday approved a sponsorship deal with the Italian firearms company that would see Beretta providing the complex with 50 free firearms for rental.
A Nevada judge has issued a temporary restraining order against a Los Angeles-based company that sells hair-curling products.
A financing company remotely shuts down vehicles well before customers legally default on payments, according to a class action lawsuit filed by the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada.
Las Vegas physician Vinay Bararia was sentenced to 44 months in federal prison Tuesday stemming from his conviction for unlawfully selling painkillers. U.S. District Judge Jennifer Dorsey also placed Bararia on three years of supervised release after prison.
Las Vegas police are looking for someone who robbed an employee inside Palace Station on Sunday night.
Clark County commissioners approved a disaster declaration Tuesday following last week’s flash floods that washed out parts of Interstate 15 and hit communities north of Las Vegas.
Clark County might give $2.4 million to help the Animal Foundation’s regional shelter that houses thousands of animals each year.
Las Vegas police said Tuesday they are looking for leads on a homicide that happened earlier in the year when a man’s body appeared in a flood control channel near B Street and Owens Avenue.
Clark County commissioners, rejecting a proposal state officials are considering, are betting on the free market to figure out how much square footage Nevada needs for cultivation facilities that will grow the state’s medical marijuana crop.
A federal judge Tuesday once more delayed the long-awaited federal trial of former construction company boss Leon Benzer and five others in a massive scheme to take over Las Vegas-area homeowners associations.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved a ban of glass containers and bottles on the Strip sidewalks.
No longer a hurricane, tropical storm Odile should still have valley residents on alert for possible flash floods this week. The National Weather Service instated a 36-hour flash flood watch from Wednesday morning until Thursday night as Odile pushes moisture into the valley area.
A former Las Vegas stripper was sentenced to between five and 15 years in prison Tuesday for a 2013 DUI crash that killed a man and injured his toddler son . Shauna Miller, 28, crashed a 2003 Hummer into a 1997 Ford Escort driven by 33-year-old James White, who was killed. His 2-year-old son suffered minor injuries.
Two people were hospitalized with minor injuries Tuesday morning after a four-vehicle accident in the southeast valley, Las Vegas police said.
The Clark County coroner’s office on Tuesday identified the bicyclist who died in North Las Vegas in a Saturday auto-bicycle accident.
About 30 Nevada National Guard soldiers in the 72nd Military Police Company participated in a deployment ceremony Monday, Sept. 15, 2014, at the Orleans.
State Superintendent of Public Schools Dale Erquiaga said five months ago that “student answer sheets were altered by one or more adults,” in test cheating at Kelly Elementary School, but the battle still rages over evidence that might support the allegation.
International firearms giant Beretta may soon have a higher profile at the Clark County Shooting Complex.
Nevada’s fastest growing public higher education institution, Nevada State College, may be growing too fast and have to cap enrollment in the future, said president Bart Patterson following his annual state of the college address Monday.
Representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Small Business Administration started touring the flood-battered Moapa Valley Monday to determine if the area is eligible for federal aid.