The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of an appeals court ruling issued earlier this year in favor of the federal government in a long-running dispute with the late Nevada rancher Wayne Hage.
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The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection has named three finalists to fill the open seat in Department 29 at Clark County District Court.
If county voters approve measure on Nov. 8, the roughly $3 billion generated would help pay for nearly 200 transportation projects.
A 63-room hotel will be built on a vacant 1.5-acre lot on the northeast corner of Craig Road and Bruce Street, under a plan approved 4-0 by the North Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday night.
Legacy Traditional School will open its first Nevada campus for the 2017-18 school year, under a plan approved 4-0 by the North Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday night.
Former state lawmaker Tom Hickey, who served 22 years as a Democrat and labor supporter in the Assembly and Senate from North Las Vegas, died Wednesday of a heart-related condition. He was 86.
James Dzurenda includes closure of Lovelock lockup — population 1,600 — in his budget proposal to meet 5 percent target, but says he’s not seriously proposing that.
Applications are being accepted for seats on the new Clark County Stadium Authority Board of Directors, the county said Wednesday.
Review of human resources unit’s computer network called an ‘eye-opener’ after stores of unencrypted data, open accounts of former employees are found.
Cameron Hopkins knew his advertisement would turn heads, but he never expected this. The 60-year-old Henderson resident is in the national spotlight this week after an ad for a “Pre-Hillary Sale” at his Las Vegas gun store ran in Sunday’s edition of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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