The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection has received eight applications for consideration to fill the vacancy in the Eighth Judicial District Court, Department 29, resulting from the death of District Judge Susan Scann.
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Frank Luntz likes to joke about the presidential election. But he’s dead serious when he says Americans deserve better discourse. Luntz, a nationally recognized pollster and Republican political consultant, spoke Monday at a Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce breakfast. About 200 people attended the event at The Orleans.
The Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce has endorsed U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev.
A public relations firm with clients that include three Henderson city council members, and a history of running political campaigns on their behalf, has also been on the city’s payroll since March.
Congress is moving closer to spending hundreds of millions of dollars on Lake Tahoe, just two weeks after President Barack Obama delivered an impassioned plea about the link between its economy and environment.
The Moapa Band of Paiute Indians will soon see the third solar power plant developed on its reservation in Clark County, as the tribe continues to pioneer renewable energy generation on tribal lands.
Nevada lawmakers seem to favor the first week of October, or just over two weeks from now, for a special session to approve a stadium funding plan.
Thursday’s call for a special session of the Nevada Legislature includes more than a $1.9 billion domed stadium and a room tax increase to help pay the bill, but also includes a sales tax increase to hire more police officers.
Clark County commissioners will receive a report on the work of the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee and a proposed 65,000-seat domed football stadium at their Tuesday meeting.
A point of contention between the stadium’s developers and the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee has been a proposed 39 percent cap on public funding of the $1.9 billion dome.