Las Vegas City Manager Scott Adams’ contract won’t auto-renew after July 6. “I can’t take that any other way than you’re firing me,” he told the Council on Wednesday.
After a smooth rollout of its new appointment system in Northern Nevada, the Department of Motor Vehicles hasn’t seen anywhere near the same success implementing the system in the Las Vegas Valley.
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.
Nevada congressional candidates Susie Lee and Danny Tarkanian, who are vying to replace Rep. Jacky Rosen in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District, sparred over debate terms and ultimately rejected each other’s ideas.
Las Vegas City Councilman Stavros Anthony is backing out of the race for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District, clearing the way for former Rep. Cresent Hardy to take a run at the seat.
Nevada lawmakers on Thursday moved to replenish a state fund earmarked for protecting visiting politicians. The fund was unexpectedly depleted in the wake of the Oct. 1 mass shooting, which prompted visits from President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
For the past 11 years, the Southern Nevada Water Authority has been raising livestock and growing hay on a 23,500-acre ranch in eastern Nevada, though it really only cares about one thing: the water.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is wasting tax dollars. The question now is whether anyone with any power is going to do anything about it.
The majority of Las Vegas police civil asset forfeitures are done in low-income and minority neighborhoods, a Nevada Policy Research Institute report shows.
Three years and two dozen motions later, a federal court in Las Vegas will hear a federal lawsuit Monday that seeks to block the Southern Nevada Water Authority from siphoning groundwater from a 300-mile swath of eastern Nevada.