Las Vegas attorneys Jason Stoffel and Nadin Cutter are going head-to-head for the Family Court Department T seat.
Newly created Family Court Department W will be electing its first judge this November. Attorneys Stacy Michelle Rocheleau and Adriana Rincon White have different areas of expertise to bring to the table.
The practice of descending on city halls and the county chamber in large numbers to voice opposition to issues has been put on hold during the public health crisis.
Clark County and its partners are offering free walk-in testing to anyone at three senior centers in the east Las Vegas Valley this month on a first-come, first-served basis.
Nevada recorded 649 new cases of COVID-19 over the preceding day — the lowest single-day increase in nearly a month — but the state death toll jumped by 28.
The county is working to determine if additional closures or restrictions are necessary after Nevada was named a coronavirus “red zone” in a White House report.
Clark County announced 1,315 new cases and the state added 1,447 cases, the largest one day gains reported by both agencies.
With pressure growing for the Clark County School District to modify its school reopening plan, Superintendent Jesus Jara says it’s time to approve the existing blueprint.
Several key leaders within the Clark County Democratic Party have resigned as progressive leadership within both the county and state parties has swelled in recent months.
More details about the Clark County School District’s plan to reopen schools emerged at the Board of Trustees meeting Thursday night, with officials answering a long list of questions submitted by the general public. More details about the Clark County School District’s plan to reopen schools emerged at the Board of Trustees meeting Thursday night, with district staff answering a long list of questions submitted by the general public.