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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With six months left to decide how Clark County School District should be reorganized, state lawmakers were reminded Thursday of the massive undertaking they clearly face.
The $4.97 million grant will help fund the raising, realignment and cleaning of 14,864 grave markers at the cemetery in Boulder City.
A Democratic senator on Wednesday launched a filibuster to force a vote on gun control legislation three days after 49 people were killed at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
A preliminary plan to reorganize the Clark County School District would place that massive undertaking on an accelerated timeline, creating individual precincts at all 357 schools by August 2017.
The state’s highest court Wednesday rescheduled oral arguments for July 29 on the constitutionality of Nevada’s highly watched school choice law.
The attorney general’s office Tuesday asked the Nevada Supreme Court to postpone oral arguments in the highly watched school choice case because the state’s hired legal counsel will be out of the country on July 8.
On Thursday, a federal appeals court in California ruled that Americans do not have a constitutional right to carry concealed weapons in public. Here’s what some current and former Nevada elected officials had to say about the 9th Circuit’s decision:
Although Clark County commissioners support asking voters to continue a tax on fuel, commissioners are wringing their hands over how exactly the ballot question will be phrased.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., doesn’t expect to see nuclear waste stored at Yucca Mountain after he retires and leaves the Senate.
The Clark County Commission said it wants to give an additional $1 million to Metro’s yearly budget. The board voted unanimously Tuesday morning to proceed with the plan, which seemed to be a response to the Las Vegas City Council’s vote on June 1 to give Metro an additional $426,500.
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske responded Friday to a request from a U.S. senator for information about the state’s oversight of companies tied to the Panama Papers.
Former Nevada Gov. Richard Bryan told a legislative panel on Friday that although the state’s case against Yucca Mountain is strong, keeping the high-level nuclear waste repository at bay will be a challenge with U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s departure.
The Las Vegas City Council voted Wednesday to crack down on the Silverstone golf course, after neighbors told officials they worry brown fairways, green ponds and languishing landscaping will land their property values in the bunker.
Under a new state law, the winner of the Democratic primary will advance unopposed to the general, leaving almost 39 percent of the district’s voters with no real choice in November.
Las Vegas Justice Court judges will use the space, on Harmon Avenue near Polaris, to oversee a civil diversion program for people caught illegally selling goods, such as water bottles and sunglasses, in the resort corridor.
An effort to repeal the commerce tax through a referendum is dead, Nevada state Controller Ron Knecht said Wednesday.
Lawyers involved in the remaining court challenge to Nevada’s controversial school choice law have a little more than six weeks to prepare for oral arguments before the state Supreme Court.
If winter in Nevada is a harbinger of summer wildfire seasons, we’re damned if it’s wet and we’re damned if it’s dry.
A House committee said Monday that the head of security operations at the Transportation Security Administration has been replaced.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said Monday that the VA should not use wait times as a measure of success, comparing waits for VA health care to the hours people wait for rides at Disney theme parks.
Led by former state lawmaker Barbara Buckley, the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada now offers attorney representation for those facing the possibility of having their constitutional rights stripped away through a court-approved guardianship.
When the 11-member Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee begins work Thursday on how to pay for a $1.4 billion, 65,000-seat domed stadium, it will try to piece together a funding strategy that will keep everyone happy with their return on investment.