The sand might hurt your feet after you jump to spike the volleyball and land on the ground. Or it may cut your legs, feet or toes while you're sprinting to hit the ball. Even if you aren't hurt, Clark County's gritty new sand simply doesn't feel very nice compared to the old soft sand.
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State officials are investigating a complaint that raises this question: Should a man who was convicted of poisoning children on his son's football team in 2000 be in charge of an entire city's water?
It looks as if Clark County's latest More Cops tax proposal has the votes to pass.
Nevada's top judge wants to know why guardians in Las Vegas are paid significantly more than their counterparts in other parts of Nevada and elsewhere.
A North Las Vegas city worker is accusing a top city administrator of offering to protect her from Mayor John Lee's retribution in exchange for sex, according to a complaint filed with a government entity that handles disagreements between employers and employees.
The Department of Veterans Affairs claims office in Reno was one of 10 regional centers picked for surprise inspections last month as the agency investigated document-shredding practices in its outposts, officials said Monday.
Clark County and its largest union have submitted final proposals to an arbitrator in the past week for a final determination about the sticking points for a new contract, which include longevity pay, the level of wage increases and paid union leave.
Michon Martin, general counsel to Gov. Brian Sandoval, is leaving the administration to join Resorts World Las Vegas, the governor's office announced Monday.
The White House announced a new strategy on Monday to tackle the explosion in heroin use in a collection of eastern states, focusing on treating addicts rather than punishing them and targeting high-level suppliers for arrest.
Gov. Brian Sandoval is not happy with a new vendor that provides transcription services for some state proceedings.
The More Cops tax didn't die with outgoing Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has met personally with executives from electric car manufacturer Faraday Future who are looking to potentially locate its operations in North Las Vegas, but talk of a special legislative session to ink any deal is premature, said Steve Hill, executive director of the Governor's Office of Economic Development.
A computer hacker broke into a city of Henderson Web server and had access to data for nine days before being detected, officials said this week.
Before he became the 29th president, Harding, a Republican, very apparently fathered a love child with Nan Britton, 31 years his junior.
Eagles are vicious animals, and now there's a point-of-view video to prove it.
Nevada has received $1.6 million in AmeriCorps grants, money that will be used to aid and promote volunteer efforts targeting a host of causes, from education and rural healthcare access to environmental restoration and veteran services, the governor's office said Thursday.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said Wednesday he is undecided about his vote on the Iran nuclear deal, with his loyalties to the Jewish community making the vote especially difficult.
An Elvis, a Blues Brother and the "Pirates of Fremont Street" joined about 20 other street performers Tuesday at Las Vegas City Hall to air their concerns about a bill that would limit where they can strut their stuff.
Legal staff with the Nevada Public Utilities Commission is recommending that commissioners do not issue an expedited order Wednesday to continue an existing net metering program as requested by rooftop solar officials.
Preliminary estimates indicate Tesla is eligible for nearly $10 million in transferrable tax credits based on its investments so far in a huge battery factory east of Reno, Nevada lawmakers were told Monday.
When the New York Mets acquired outfielder Yoenis Cespedes at the trade deadline, diehard Mets fan Jerry Seinfeld took to Twitter to proclaim it a veritable Festivus, er, Cespedes miracle.
Uber and Lyft could begin operating within 30 days following action Monday by the Legislative Commission.
A group of anti-tax Republicans on Monday filed a referendum with the Nevada Secretary of State's office seeking to put a $1.1 billion tax package sought by Gov. Brian Sandoval and approved by the Legislature to the voters in 2016.