Henderson wants to hear from its residents about what they think should be the city’s long-term goals. On Monday, the city unveiled a new survey to gather that input.
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Local government officials in Southern Nevada are worried that a decade-old law enacted to protect Nevadans from the rising property taxes that came with skyrocketing house prices could cripple their funding for at least the next few years.
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In 2008, the Clark County district attorney’s office created a database to assure lawmakers that prosecutors would be upfront about deals made with criminals in exchange for their testimony.
NOTE: National Sunshine Week started Sunday. The American Society of Newspaper Editors in 2005 launched the first Sunshine Week, a celebration of access to public information that has been held every year since to coincide with the March 16 birthday of James Madison, father of the U.S. Constitution and a key advocate of the Bill of Rights.
The federal government does not have to explain to a Nevada man why his wife — a grandmother and farmer in Mexico — has been denied entry to the U.S. for more than 20 years under “alien smuggling” rules, a federal judge has ruled.
Fresh off a road trip to Denver to see that city’s growing light-rail system, members of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada say they would be the best agency to take the next step in developing a Southern Nevada system.
Nevada’s drone testing sites would have more autonomy to partner with private industry on emerging technology, and McCarran International Airport could use federal funds to build facilities that offer multiple transportation modes under provisions Sen. Dean Heller inserted into a major aviation bill.
Marijuana’s useful cousin hemp could soon be sprouting on test plots in Nevada after a legislative subcommittee gave final approval Thursday to regulations overseeing the pilot project.
A coalition of conservation groups filed a lawsuit Wednesday in federal court challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s failure to protect the imperiled bistate sage grouse in California and Nevada under the Endangered Species Act.
The first baby-steps to developing what will be Brian Sandoval’s budget legacy as governor began Wednesday with a kickoff briefing for state agency officials on how the process will play out over the next 11 months.
Three former prison employees involved in a deadly 2014 shooting at High Desert State Prison will receive private legal counsel, paid for by taxpayers, in pending civil lawsuits.
Voting rights advocates said Monday they have sent a pre-litigation notice letter to Nevada officials, warning that the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is failing to meet its federally mandated voter registration obligations.
The FBI has been asked to investigate a cyber hack into Clark County government’s computer system, the Review-Journal has learned.
The North Las Vegas Fire Department hasn’t replenished its ranks since hiring was stunted by the economic downturn.
NEW YORK — The Central Intelligence Agency is hiring more than just spies.
The U.S. Senate last week took up a bill to respond to what Democrats and Republicans are calling an epidemic of opioid and heroin overdoses in the country but once again ran into a major difference over funding.
The city of Las Vegas is partnering with New York-based EnGoPLANET on a May installation of four kinetic and solar energy streetlights at Boulder Plaza at the Arts District downtown.
Even as the Department of Justice battles Apple in court over access to encrypted data, the Obama administration remains split over backing requirements that tech manufacturers provide law enforcement with a “back door” into their products, according to a dozen people familiar with the internal debate.
The Republican presidential race got dirty Thursday night. Donald Trump opened the GOP debate here by boasting about the size of his genitals.
Members of Nevada’s congressional delegation introduced legislation Thursday that they hope will fast-track the XpressWest project to provide high-speed passenger rail service between Las Vegas and Southern California with stops in Victorville and Palmdale.
A state judge Thursday reduced by more than two-thirds the amount of a bond sought by the state treasurer and attorney general’s office from a group of parents challenging Nevada’s education savings account.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller on Thursday won committee approval of legislative language to boost broadband access in Nevada’s rural areas by putting federal agencies on a “shot clock.”