Like Jesus driving the money changers out of the temple, the Rev. Courtney Edward Krier has managed to shoo the city of Las Vegas away from his downtown church’s doorstep.
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North Las Vegas’ Municipal Court is declaring its independence from City Hall after a monthslong battle between the two branches of government.
The U.S. Senate broke a five-month impasse last week in voting to confirm federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch to become attorney general.
Before two of her grandchildren died while in the care of their meth-addicted mother, Mary Lafia called in multiple reports to the Clark County Department of Family Services’ child abuse hotline.
It’s going to be more difficult than ever for tourists to bump into things on the Strip. Clark County has started relocating posts, sign poles and fire hydrants.
Clark County government and its largest union remain locked in a standoff, unable to bargain a contract, as the Nevada Legislature considers a bill that would reform collective bargaining.
The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed the nomination of Loretta Lynch to become President Barack Obama’s next attorney general.
A long-stalled bill that aims to combat human trafficking passed the Senate on Wednesday with the fingerprints of several Nevada lawmakers.
Presidential candidate Rand Paul’s son, William, received a citation for driving under the influence of alcohol this past weekend, according to reports.
If there’s one thing Jeb Bush likes about President Barack Obama’s presidency, it’s the continuation of the NSA’s controversial spying program.
Calling Clark County’s court-appointed guardianship operation “appalling” and “frightening,” county commissioners Tuesday called for a sweeping overhaul of the system.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has determined that the bi-state population of greater sage grouse found along the California-Nevada border does not require the protection of the Endangered Species Act, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced Tuesday.
Clark County officials are pursuing ways to more consistently regulate hookah lounges.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved a three-year contract with the 27-member union for juvenile justice supervisors.
A Nevada assemblywoman and Las Vegas bail bondsmen are fighting a Las Vegas Municipal Court they say is “money hungry” and bad for business.
Congress completed work last week on a bill that overhauls the way Medicare pays doctors, ending a long practice of short-term fixes that was threatening medical services to seniors.
Isabel Duff, whose reign of Veterans Affairs health care facilities in Southern Nevada spanned a stormy period when veterans complained of long waits blamed on a doctor shortage, prolific patient loads and delays in reconstructing the hospital’s emergency room, will retire May 1.
The chief judge in Clark County vowed Friday to improve the guardianship process after a series of stories by the Las Vegas Review-Journal exposed flaws in the system that left thousands of elderly and mentally ill in Clark County open to exploitation.
The U.S. House voted Thursday to make permanent the IRS deduction for state and local sales taxes, a benefit targeted to residents of Nevada and a handful of other states that lack an income tax.
Completion of the veterans medical complex in North Las Vegas that already was years late and cost millions of dollars more than planned has been pushed back another six months or more, according to a new schedule from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
North Las Vegas plans to have a balanced budget for the next fiscal year, but it isn’t out of the woods yet, the city’s finance director said Wednesday to City Council members.
Nevada’s burgeoning solar industry on Wednesday accused NV Energy of trying to maintain its power monopoly by stifling a program that lets customers with rooftop solar arrays get credit for producing extra electricity.
A divided Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday approved plans for a tourism improvement district to pay for a controversial parking garage, which was once meant to support an even more controversial $200 million, 24,000-seat soccer stadium downtown.
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