A police vehicle was rear-ended by a suspected drunken driver in the east valley Saturday night, according to Las Vegas police.
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A contentious plan to develop about 5,000 homes on Blue Diamond Hill is moving forward after last week’s Clark County Commission meeting. Developer Jim Rhodes’ desire to build a master-planned community near Red Rock Canyon has drawn the ire of outdoor enthusiasts for more than a decade. If you’re a little lost, don’t worry. Here are answers to some common questions about the proposal:
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.
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.
Vice President Mike Pence promised a stronger bond between the United States and Israel and condemned recent acts of vandalism against the Jewish community during a speech Friday night to a Republican Jewish group in Las Vegas.
After two years without a state-required certification, the constable of North Las Vegas may not have to worry about the obligation much longer.
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.
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.
The Clark County School District has a $2 billion budget — and no chief financial officer to manage it. With a reorganization looming, the next head honcho of finances faces a gigantic task overseeing the nation’s fifth-largest district.
Every school in Nevada would be required to establish and maintain a library — with a dedicated librarian — under a proposal presented to the Senate education committee.