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.
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A system of sensors now monitors the walls of the Clark County Elections warehouse for uneven movement and settling.
City officials are more confident about development at Symphony Park than they have been in years, but the projects that ultimately come in might be substantially less grandiose than what planners were visualizing a decade ago.
Allowing terminally ill patients to end their lives, lowering the gambling age and authorizing public marijuana venues among 108 early bill draft requests submitted for possible consideration by the 2017 Nevada Legislature.
Four cities in Clark County are expected to share a $2.4 million cost to hold spring municipal elections next year, a number officials say could be zero if they lined up their election cycle with the county’s.
Several members of the Legislature’s Interim Finance Committee said they were uncomfortable approving the $2.5 million sought to expand the Nevada College Kick Start program at an interim hearing.
The Nevada attorney general’s office is intensifying efforts to fight financial fraud and protect the elderly and vulnerable citizens from exploitation.
The Nevada Supreme Court will have to revisit a decision it made last year about search-and-seizure rules in a case stemming from the arrest of a California man in Elko, Nevada state Attorney General Adam Laxalt said.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt wants the blessing of the Legislature’s Interim Finance Committee to jump-start his new project to fight financial fraud.
Republicans on the House Benghazi Committee harshly faulted the Obama administration Tuesday for lax security and a slow response to the deadly 2012 attacks at the U.S. diplomatic outpost in Libya.
Mark Davis has been searching for a new home for several years, and the owner of the Oakland Raiders has said he’s ready to settle in Las Vegas. But exactly where the NFL team might secure real estate is the question no one can answer right now.
Nevada Supreme Court Justice Nancy Saitta abruptly announced Monday that she is retiring more than two years before her second term is up.
The downtown area of North Las Vegas is on the brink of a transformation in this 70-year-old city, with help from a consultant who envisions a mix of of new apartments, shops and restaurants lined by wide sidewalks along a renewed Lake Mead Boulevard.
Most Nevada motorists will have to get new license plates every eight years under a new law that takes effect July 1.
President Barack Obama sought to reassure millions of immigrants in the U.S. illegally that he has no plans to deport them.
Rebellious Democrats staged an extraordinary all-day sit-in on the House floor Wednesday to demand votes on gun-control bills, shouting down Speaker Paul Ryan when he attempted to restore order as their protest stretched into the night.
The Clark County Commission unanimously agreed Tuesday to tweak the wording of a ballot measure asking voters Nov. 8 if they’re willing to pay more at the gas pump to raise a projected $3 billion for street and highway improvements over the next decade.
A $5.1 million communications system will assist Henderson Police to locate and identify patterns of crime beginning in 2018.
Albert Gutierrez, 70, was among the veterans Tuesday night speaking in passionate support of the controversial program before the Henderson City Council.
A divided Senate blocked rival election-year plans to curb guns Monday, eight days after the horror of Orlando’s mass shooting intensified pressure on lawmakers to act but knotted them in gridlock anyway — even over restricting firearms for terrorists.
A state audit released Monday recommended Nevada’s debt collection efforts be transferred to the governor’s office from the state controller because of chronic problems, some dating back decades, and lack of confidence in the office to recoup unpaid bills.
Two years after withdrawing from the Gold Butte area amid a 2014 standoff with the Bundy family, the federal government is moving back into the expansive stretch of desert 110 miles east of Las Vegas.
Isaac Barron was selected by his City Council colleagues to serve the next year as mayor pro-tem, making him the first Latino to hold the position in North Las Vegas.