After two years without a state-required certification, the constable of North Las Vegas may not have to worry about the obligation much longer.
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The vice president is scheduled to speak to the Republican Jewish Coalition around 7:30 p.m. Friday at the group’s annual leadership meeting kickoff dinner.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection announced Friday the 16 Las Vegas attorneys under consideration for two open judicial seats in Clark County District Court.
More than three dozen property owners in an upscale Las Vegas development have seen assessed property value drops after filing appeals in the wake of the closure of the Badlands golf course.
Federal immigration agents were rarely seen at the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas to pick up inmates subject to deportation proceedings before the beginning of the year. Now they’re there almost every day.
Capital punishment may no longer be a part of Nevada’s criminal justice system.
While Gov. Brian Sandoval’s new budget appears to favor northern Nevada in priorities for capital construction, a review of spending on major building projects over the past 15 years shows an equitable distribution of funding with the south.
A report detailing priorities for Assembly Republicans outlined the need to bolster Nevada’s higher education gap through expanding access and investments.
A panel of state lawmakers expressed skepticism Friday over the need for a bill to require schools and child care facilities to notify parents if a child enrolls who has not been vaccinated.
More than 100 disabled athletes will compete in the sports trials in a variety of sports at Nellis Air Force Base and UNLV over the next nine days.
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