Refugee resettlement agencies in Southern Nevada are searching for housing and other support as they prepare for Afghan immigrants to come to the state in coming weeks.
The project had been fiercely opposed by a contingent of neighbors who viewed it as a threat to their rural lifestyle in the far southern Las Vegas Valley.
Workforce development in Nevada is hitting a snag as the skilled labor pipeline faces challenges, business leaders told Gov. Steve Sisolak and U.S. labor secretary during a Monday roundtable event.
Developers have broken ground on Desert Oasis II, a planned 43-unit apartment complex built and operated by nonprofit Volunteers of America National Services.
Eric Riccardi has survived a year without receiving his unemployment benefits, but it cost him his savings and the recent sale of his rental property, which was to be his retirement income.
Clark County officials are anticipating a strong uptick in the number of couples saying “I do,” while also preparing to issue the county’s 5 millionth marriage license.
Well-known Las Vegas gambler Bill Walters is set to donate $1 million to the fund aimed at financing the work needed to rename Las Vegas’ airport to Harry Reid International Airport.
As Raider Nation converges on Allegiant Stadium for the first Raiders game at the facility with fans, remember “face mask” is not a penalty in this case. It’s a rule for all that attend.
It’s the second time leaders at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority have faced sexual misconduct allegations since 2019. Board members aren’t talking.
Court records show Republic Services took action for overdue trash bills at nearly 150 Las Vegas area homes since early 2020, also tacking on attorney fees.