About 120 Henderson seniors filled the Heritage Park Senior Facility lunchroom Tuesday to express concerns over proposed cuts or changes in senior services that would affect them.
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Union employees at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority objected Thursday to the payment of nearly $1 million in legal fees, while the attorney blamed the union for driving his fees up.
A six-month federal audit found two “significant deficiencies” at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority, which provides housing for low-income people.
Nevada lieutenant governor candidate Sue Lowden continues to carry the same debt from her 2010 U.S. Senate campaign as she awaits word from the Federal Election Commission on a proposed settlement plan.
A new report analyzing the financial ramifications of a takeover of some of Nevada’s millions of acres of federal lands suggests the state would benefit from such a transfer.
Las Vegas has proved it knows how to hold a convention, putting on seven of the largest every year. Now the city might get two chances to throw a big political party that would gain worldwide attention.
Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., the Democratic whip of the U.S. House, met Monday with representatives of Southern Nevada’s business community, vowing to support infrastructure investment, including efforts for an interstate to connect Las Vegas and Phoenix.
The absence of a pay and benefits discussion in a budget report has been noticed by some Henderson residents during the city’s Bridging the Budget Gap meetings this month.
Senators Harry Reid and Dean Heller disagree about the armed protesters who descended on the Cliven Bundy cattle ranch.
Since two bulls were shot during the weeklong roundup of Cliven Bundy’s cattle in the Gold Butte area, Bureau of Land Management officials have been short on details about how and why they were killed.