Clark County, following through on a deal made in 2008, is expected Tuesday to finalize the purchase the Metropolitan Police Department’s new headquarters complex from the owner for about $208.3 million.
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We’ve been advising consumers that they can’t buy plans through the state exchange until Nov. 15, unless they have a qualifying life event such as a relocation, birth or marriage. Although that’s still the case, the state Insurance Division recently asked us to remind Nevadans they can buy off of the state’s Nevada Health Link exchange at any time.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., joined a handful of lawmakers from the United States and Mexico at the border on Friday to talk about the surge north of unaccompanied children from Central America.
Nearby residents are hoping that the razing of 20 vacant, arson-plagued homes across several of North Las Vegas’ most blighted residential blocks will eventually help wake the whole North Valley neighborhood from its decades-long slumber.
Immigration advocates participated in a vigil on Thursday at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in Las Vegas to call on President Barack Obama to use executive order powers to allow families to stay in the country legally.
Really, Sen. Reid? Can you possibly go a week without making everyone cringe with some stupid racial statement? Apparently not.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Groups of hikers and runners who want to do grueling excursions across the Grand Canyon will soon need a permit.
Despite a projected $1.4 million budget shortfall for fiscal year 2015, the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority board voted 8-5 Thursday to give a raise and a bonus to Executive Director John Hill.
A push by some Nevada public officials to seek control of a portion of the state’s federally controlled lands suffered a blow Thursday when the concept was taken off the table for discussion at a meeting of state lawmakers, a move that drew legislators’ objections.
Six brokers filed a lawsuit Tuesday in Clark County District Court, seeking class-action status for their claim that the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange and its website contractor, Xerox, have failed to pay commissions on coverage they sold through the exchange’s Nevada Health Link website.
Rep. Steven Horsford, D-Nev., and a Republican congressman who are members of the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday suggested Congress get serious about reforming the nation’s corporate tax policies to keep American companies in the United States.
The federal illegality of pot hangs “like a cloud” over banks wanting to be involved in the medical marijuana industry, Rep. Dina Titus told an industry advocacy group meeting in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Bobby Tran and Ha Le paid nearly $7,000 in insurance premiums to Nevada Health Link through August and had nothing to show but $3,000 in medical bills.
A group of retirees is planning to protest Congressman Joe Heck’s stance on Social Security and Medicare outside of a private event he’s set to attend in Henderson.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday announced a deal that will allow a flood control project to be built near the washed-out Rainbow subdivision on Mount Charleston.
Nevada State Sen. Debbie Smith,D-Sparks has been named president of the National Conference of State Legislatures during the organization’s annual legislative summit.
University Medical Center destroyed evidence and its executives made “numerous misrepresentations” about records pertaining to a federal class-action lawsuit against the Clark County public hospital, according to a report issued this week in U.S. District Court.
The state received 65 medical marijuana establishment applications by mail since the Monday deadline, pushing the number of applications received to 502, a state official said Thursday.
A “shadow” has been cast on the state’s medical marijuana industry by the ban of casino licensees involvement by state gaming regulators, a panel member reviewing Nevada marijuana laws said Thursday.
As police in Missouri confront race protests with heavy arms and armor, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada said he supports allowing local forces to continue accepting surplus military weaponry, but with better oversight and training on how they are put to use.
Las Vegas’ dual response system for emergency ambulances is dying. A 911 call for a medical emergency will no longer receive a response from both the Las Vegas Fire Department and American Medical Response. One or the other will be dispatched, not both.
Henderson City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an amendment to city zoning that would allow adult bookstores and adult novelty stores in more areas of the city.
Former Nevada Assemblyman Steven Brooks on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to a gun charge dating to allegations that he threatened to harm an Assembly leader days before the 2013 legislative session began.
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