Clark County, following through on a deal made in 2008, is expected Tuesday to finalize the purchase the Metropolitan Police Department’s new headquarters complex from the owner for about $208.3 million.
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CARSON CITY – Capital city resident Mark Gibbons was at Carson District Court on Monday but the visit wasn’t in his official capacity as chief justice of the Nevada Supreme Court. No, Gibbons was called for jury duty, just like any other resident.
Flash flood victims last week dug out more debris from 2-plus inches of rain that struck their Mount Charleston homes and roadways July 28, knowing that they could be tested again, and yet some of them are voicing optimism that the state and Clark County will broker a deal leading to a flood diversion project.
In his first meeting as chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission, Tony Alamo Jr. turned the Sawyer Building conference room into a doctor’s office.
On April 28, three youth escaped from Red Rock Academy, a state juvenile correction facility in Clark County. The facility, which opened in December, was placed on a corrective action plan. Security flaws were addressed and staff members involved in the incident were disciplined.
Healthcare.gov is supposed to fix Nevada’s Obamacare sign-up woes. But with consumer faith in exchanges badly shaken, not to mention lingering technical concerns with the incomplete federal site, observers say the Silver State is all but sure to face headwinds when enrollment begins again on Nov. 15.
Large worker caseloads aren’t a new issue for Clark County’s child welfare agency. And although recommendations over the years have been made to set a cap on how many cases should be assigned to a worker, county officials don’t support doing so.
Fred Horvath, assistant city manager of Henderson, has been placed on administrative leave pending the result of a police investigation into his arrest Friday afternoon on suspicion of driving under the influence
A Los Angeles-based health organization has filed a formal complaint with the State of Nevada, alleging a California porn company did not require its actors to use condoms during an adult film shoot in Las Vegas.
President Barack Obama authorized U.S. airstrikes in northern Iraq Thursday night, warning they would be launched if needed to defend Americans from advancing Islamic militants and protect civilians under siege. His announcement threatened a renewal of U.S. military involvement in the country’s long sectarian war.
An error during construction of McCarran International Airport’s $99 million, 352-foot Federal Aviation Administration tower will delay the opening of the facility by at least a year and could cost millions of dollars to fix.
Mixups on a health plan bought through the state’s insurance exchange have left a Las Vegas family facing more than $1 million in medical bills.
North Las Vegas will not have an opportunity to reargue a $4.25 million appeal it lost in March before the Nevada Supreme Court.
North Las Vegas unveiled more tweaks to its medical marijuana business licensing ordinance Wednesday, signing off on changes meant to fast track applicants who qualify for a newly created “cross-jurisdictional” license.
The city of Las Vegas has promoted longtime City Engineer David Bowers to public works director.
Owners of The Love Store lost a license appeal Tuesday to operate what they call a “romance boutique” in Henderson.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will build an outpatient clinic in Pahrump, members of Nevada’s congressional delegation said Tuesday.
Clark County commissioners have varying comfort levels with the idea of giving the public hospital’s board the power to have closed-door meetings to talk about plans and ideas that would interest competitors.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday approved 1.5 percent pay raises for prosecutors and investigators in the district attorney’s office.
Nevada’s nascent medical marijuana licensing process has bounced back to the state from local government entities starting Tuesday.
North Las Vegas looked for a break in its gloomy fiscal forecast Monday, unveiling a flurry of potential economic growth initiatives at the first of three planned “financial summit” meetings on the state of the city’s finances.
U.S. Rep. Joe Heck on Monday told a Republican audience that he voted to allow young, illegal immigrants to stay in the United States to study and work because “they have become members of our society.”
Fernando Murillo was typical of the young Latin Americans deployed to Cuba by a U.S. agency to work undercover. He had little training in the dangers of clandestine operations — or how to evade one of the world’s most sophisticated counter-intelligence services.