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.
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The city of Las Vegas is projected to see a budget shortfall of $3.1 million in fiscal year 2017 after operating in the black for the past four years, according to a tentative budget unveiled to the City Council on Wednesday.
Aiming to streamline tasks, the North Las Vegas City Council approved $919,000 to fund new planning and business licensing software.
The Clark County School Board Wednesday approved a $2.2 billion budget that includes larger class sizes and fewer year-round schools but expands full-day kindergarten to all elementary campuses.
U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid on Wednesday lauded a study linking $156 million in economic activity to the Basin and Range National Monument and nine other monuments in four states even though figures were not available for those specific sites.
Pirates are plundering Las Vegas taxpayers — with the help of the City Council.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and Frank Aguilera, deputy director of the Aerospace Systems Program at the NASA Ames Research Center in California, along with other officials, unveiled a new $400,000 NUANCE lab at Reno-Stead Airport north of Reno.
The Nevada Supreme Court questioned lawyers Monday on whether rules adopted by the state labor commissioner illegally allow employers to skirt a requirement to pay a higher minimum wage by simply offering health insurance.
An internal review of guardianship cases in Clark County showed that less than half are in compliance with state laws and that most vulnerable adults are stripped without an attorney.
Chickens can continue to rule their roosts across Mount Charleston. An effort to ban them, backed by one Clark County commissioner, was thwarted Thursday at a board meeting attended by a firehouse full of residents.
A new app from Clark County and the cities of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson can help residents plan for emergency situations, according to a release from Clark County.
Local and state law enforcement agencies have banded together in hopes of protecting the elderly and infirm from those who want to exploit them.
Ileana Drobkin, chairwoman of the Nevada Taxicab Authority, resigned from the board Thursday after Gov. Brian Sandoval replaced her as chair.
Las Vegas police can finally cross a new search and rescue helicopter off the department’s wish list.
U.S. Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of Nevada received a government watchdog group’s “dubious honor” as March Porker of the Month for blocking a bill to back inspectors general in their battles against waste, fraud, abuse and mismanagement and refusing to provide a full explanation on why he did so.
The U.S. House approved a partisan bill last week that Republicans claim would help guarantee fairness in the government’s review of business mergers while Democrats warn it would gut an independent process that protects competition and consumers.
A proposal to free up some federally owned lands in Northern Nevada’s rural Pershing County for economic development and create wilderness areas while doing away with others is drawing opposition from one mining group that claims it would cut off access to public lands.
The Nevada Commission on Ethics on Wednesday determined that despite finding “sufficient credible evidence” North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee acted outside the scope of his office to influence city hiring, such actions don’t violate the state ethics law.
A top aide to Gov. Brian Sandoval told an energy task force on Tuesday that “rightly or wrongly” Nevada’s clean energy reputation has been damaged over the fallout from the recent regulatory decision affecting the rooftop solar industry.
The Drug Enforcement Agency is investigating a former Boulder City former animal control supervisor in connection with missing euthanasia drugs.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller on Monday was in Cuba along with other members of Congress and business leaders as part of President Barack Obama’s historic trip to the island nation.
Nevada environmental and economic leaders said Monday that a task force reconstituted by Gov. Brian Sandoval is a great opportunity to move the state forward on green energy development, from solar and geothermal to wind power.
Legislation to block states from enacting their own labeling laws for genetically modified foods failed to advance in the Senate last week.