President Donald Trump told the Review-Journal on Sunday that he did not believe he was subject to an order limiting gatherings to 50 people when he addressed a crowd of thousands at an indoor rally in Henderson.
Ward 2 Councilwoman Victoria Seaman and a group of faith leaders spoke out against a directive that bans the gathering of 10 or more people at places of worship.
Las Vegas and Clark County officials say they are prepared to deal with an outbreak of new coronavirus if one occurs.
The city of Las Vegas has stopped charging people with misdemeanor domestic violence in the wake of a recent Nevada Supreme Court decision.
The National Atomic Testing Museum hopes to use a $1 million matching grant from the state to move to a larger space in downtown Las Vegas.
Thursday’s 6-0 vote by the Southern Nevada Water Authority board aims to keep more water in the shrinking river system through voluntary cuts. The deal isn’t done, though, as Arizona and California are still debating their cuts.
Taxpayers potentially owe almost $610 million to local government employees in Nevada’s two most populous counties for their unused paid time off, financial reports show.
But State Engineer Jason King made it clear that his hand was forced by a court order he doesn’t agree with and left the door open for future approval of the project.
The funding source hasn’t been determined, but the city’s Director of Community Services Kathi Thomas-Gibson said nationwide, the revenue streams dedicated to help local governments fund similar projects runs the gamut from a portion of business license fees to a sales tax increase or profits from a special ized license plate.
With one of the most watched U.S. Senate races in country, a hotly contested gubernatorial race and a ballot measure that has seen more than $30 million in donations, the 2018 election cycle in Nevada will be anything but cheap.