Lawmakers approved the transfer of $469,000 from the Department of Tourism to the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City to fund the development of construction documents for a proposed 6,000-square-foot visitors center.
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If there’s one thing the first lady knows how to do well, it’s throw a big ol’ party with a bunch of celebrities.
McCarran International and Henderson Executive airports will receive federal grants that will go toward improvements at their respective airfields, Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., announced Friday.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk have signed a statement of intent to advance relations between the two governments.
President Barack Obama vigorously denied on Thursday that a $400 million cash payment to Iran was ransom to secure the release of four Americans jailed in Tehran. He defended the transaction as evidence that the nuclear accord with Iran has allowed for progress on other matters.
Taxation Department Executive Director Deonne Contine on Thursday responded to concerns about the collection of the new commerce tax, saying the agency has worked with registered agents on the best way to notify their clients of the new levy.
President Barack Obama is cutting short the sentences of 214 federal inmates, including 67 serving life sentences.
It’s the first time a Mexican foreign minister has visited Nevada, and it’s part of a U.S. tour to engage Americans in conversations about Mexico and improve trade relationships with the states, she said.
The Obama administration said Wednesday that $400 million in cash paid to Iran soon after the release of five Americans detained by Tehran was not ransom as some Republicans have charged.
Voters in the city of Las Vegas will cast their ballots in future municipal elections at one of 15 voting centers, a consolidation of locations that’s expected to save thousands of dollars per election.
How Henderson City Attorney Josh Reid can say that his proposed changes to the city’s ethics laws were not loosening them is laughable. Give me a break. Reid sought to soften the city’s ethics laws so more relatives of the mayor, the council and department heads could benefit by doing business with the city.
Las Vegas City Council members publicly heaped praise on City Manager Betsy Fretwell as part of her annual review Wednesday, and granted her a pay raise and a bonus.
Metro’s new city neighborhood engagement team made 72 felony arrests, 31 misdemeanor arrests and seized 14 firearms during its first month of existence.
The AARP Nevada State office on Tuesday held an open house in Las Vegas for a new office for its election year field effort. The effort is dubbed “Take a Stand,” a name that reflects the organization’s push to get presidential and congressional candidates to outline what they’ll do to protect Social Security.
Justices of the peace from outer-lying Clark County communities objected Tuesday to what they called a break with a more than decade-long practice of tying their base salaries to a percentage of what their counterparts in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson earn.
The Henderson City Council will once again delay acting on proposed amendments to the ethical standards ordinance governing public servants, which was originally presented to the council in July.
The number of homeless veterans in Las Vegas and Clark County rose slightly from 2015, but the 5.5 percent increase might be a reflection of more accurate counts over a wider area.
Tori Bridges-Hudson recalls a time several years ago when prostitutes, pimps, drug deals and break-ins to vacant units were common happenings in her Las Vegas neighborhood.
Sandra Douglass Morgan will step down Aug. 18 as city attorney in North Las Vegas, setting off a statewide search for her replacement, city officials announced this week.
Julie Davies hoped that by now the downtown Las Vegas condo she owns would be drawing in regular visitors and revenue, but it sits unoccupied while she pays for a storage unit for its furnishings.
More tech companies are on their way into Nevada. CAEK Inc is relocating their headquarters from Arkansas to Reno.
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.
A federal judge has granted the data storage company Switch a temporary restraining order preventing former PUC general counsel Carolyn Tanner from permanently deleting her social media accounts.