“It’s the most consistent day,” county Clerk Lynn Goya said. “When it falls on a weekend, it’s a great time for us.”
Eleven people died of the flu in Clark County during the last week in January, bringing the seasonal total to 24, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
The Metropolitan Police Department Citizen Review Board has been without a full-time director since mid-July when its executive director went on medical leave.
David McKinnis, who joined the district in April 2019, announced Monday that he is leaving the district effective Friday due to personal family reasons.
A new mobile app allowed volunteers to pinpoint the location of homeless people as they counted and administer a survey on the spot to those willing to answer a few questions.
In the aftermath of the deadliest residential blaze in Las Vegas city history, county lawmakers want to explore taking steps in an effort to prevent a similar tragedy.
The federal ban on fruit and mint flavored e-cigarette cartridges announced on Thursday exempts most of the products Nevada’s vape shops sell, an industry spokesman said.
Volunteers are needed to help count unsheltered homeless individuals in the Las Vegas Valley on Jan. 29 for the 2020 Southern Nevada Homeless Census.
A city-county partnership plans to bring a $3.5 million project, dubbed the Historic Westside Leaders Park, to land near the southwest corner of Martin Luther King Jr. and Lake Mead boulevards.
New Clark County-funded HopeLink program provides housing for families in the CPS system that are ready to reunite with their children and homeless families with kids.