A 63-room hotel will be built on a vacant 1.5-acre lot on the northeast corner of Craig Road and Bruce Street, under a plan approved 4-0 by the North Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday night.
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Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske on Friday asked Nevada’s 17 county clerks to extend the deadline to register to vote by mail to Tuesday
Nevada prison officials said Friday the state will have to explore its options to carry out executions after it received no bids from pharmaceutical companies to supply drugs for lethal injections.
Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., on Thursday said the Justice Department awarded the Nevada attorney general’s office a $1,962,414 grant to continue the state’s participation in theNational Sexual Assault Kit Initiative.
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Gov. Brian Sandoval abruptly abandoned plans Thursday to seek an even larger tax increase in an upcoming special session of the Legislature to plug a projected budget hole as conservative Republicans dug in their heels for a school choice program.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday appointed Ann Pongracz as a new permanent member of the state Public Utilities Commission starting Oct. 24.
The Nevada attorney general’s office has received a $925,000 grant to help prevent abuse and exploitation of the elderly.
North Las Vegas will save at least $3.5 million over the next year for sending its inmates to the Las Vegas Detention Center under a new deal approved Wednesday night, and efforts are underway to reach a similar agreement with the jail in Lincoln County.
The council’s action approving the three-year labor pact follows more than a year of contentious negotiations between the city and the North Las Vegas Police Supervisors Association over a range of issues.