Julie Davies hoped that by now the downtown Las Vegas condo she owns would be drawing in regular visitors and revenue, but it sits unoccupied while she pays for a storage unit for its furnishings.
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More tech companies are on their way into Nevada. CAEK Inc is relocating their headquarters from Arkansas to Reno.
Henderson City Attorney Josh Reid said the city is not “loosening up” ethics and there is “nothing nefarious” about the amendments to the ethical standards ordinance governing public servants.
A federal judge has granted the data storage company Switch a temporary restraining order preventing former PUC general counsel Carolyn Tanner from permanently deleting her social media accounts.
Strife is lingering among Queensridge homeowners who oppose a large-scale development on the adjacent Badlands Golf Course in the western Las Vegas Valley.
The House Committee on Natural Resources announced plans Wednesday to hold a special hearing in North Las Vegas later this month to discuss changes in the management of federal land that could produce more affordable housing and free up more property to charitable organizations.
Officials are marking the reopening of a Las Vegas-area public golf course following a renovation that included a $150 million flood control project.
Burning Man organizers are disputing their $2.8 million bill from the federal government — the cost last year of hosting its popular outdoor festival in the Black Rock Desert, a national conservation area in Nevada.
Nevada officials on Tuesday approved a $120,000 settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency over violations relating to polluted stormwater runoff from state Department of Transportation-run facilities.
The U.S. Capitol was briefly placed on lockdown on Tuesday after police received a call about a man with a gun several blocks away, police said.
Matt Youmans and Richard Velotta cover developments from the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee meeting Monday at UNLV.
A pair of bills backed by U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev., that aim to make college more accessible were passed by the House of Representatives on Monday with unanimous voice votes.
Some Nevadans are pushing the federal government to transfer more public acreage to state control, but history suggests past management of these lands by those entrusted with their care was mired in corruption.
North Las Vegas city officials plan to end a jail-sharing agreement next year with the neighboring city of Las Vegas if the two sides can’t reach a consensus on how to cut costs.
The state agency that certifies law enforcement officers in Nevada notified Clark County officials this week that North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason hasn’t become certified as required by state law, despite getting a six-month extension.
Rep. Cresent Hardy, R-Nev., and Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev., are two of 44 Republicans that House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., appointed Friday to the conference committee for the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act legislation.
A conservative think tank wants a judge to force Nevada’s Public Employees Retirement System to release the names of pension recipients.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt is suing an insurance company alleging breach of contract and bad faith for failing to defend Nevada and pay its $400,000 settlement with the city of San Francisco over allegations of patient dumping.
Legislation that U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev., proposed to boost career and technical education funding for Nevada was added Thursday as an amendment to a separate bill unanimously passed by the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.
Summoned before Congress and aggressively questioned by Republicans, FBI Director James Comey on Thursday strongly defended the government’s decision to not prosecute Hillary Clinton over her private email setup.
The jurisdictional discord between Clark County and the city of Las Vegas appears to be building.
Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said he supports a measure calling for a 10-year extension of a fuel revenue index tax that took effect in 2013, adding, “It’s concerning to me that people don’t know exactly what they’re voting on.”
Clark County officials declared on Tuesday a $1 million allocation to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department budget null and void without a corresponding city contribution.
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