Environmentalists and Native American tribes are among those opposing a federal lands bill backed by Clark County that they say could hasten a plan to pipe rural water down to Las Vegas.
Under the proposed project, the central business office in Henderson would be closed in favor of an expanded four-story facility in Symphony Park.
The city’s Courtyard Homeless Resource Center was packed overnight, with about 200 people huddling for warmth to fend off near-freezing temperatures.
The city of Henderson is considering a tweak to its public records ordinance that would allow officials to continue charging people for government workers’ time while fulfilling requests.
The link with the Family Law Self-Help Center and the temporary protection order offices will create a one-stop shop for domestic violence victims.
Nevada’s Pharmacy Board collected fees from drug wholesalers, but only erratically conducted the checks, Gov. Steve Sisolak reported Tuesday.
Joe Grogan, a senior White House adviser, will pitch a “non-ideological” approach to health care during a speech to the HLTH Conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
Developer Sam Cherry said that in shareDOWNTOWN, located on the corner of Casino Center Boulevard and Colorado Avenue, a therapist will visit regularly to meet with tenants.
Some of the new or expected developments in west Henderson also have landed government-approved cost savings along the way, fetching tax breaks and discounted land.
At least 12 Clark County dentists have had repeated lawsuits and discipline by the Nevada Board of Dental Examiners after making serious mistakes. But the dentists retain active licenses to practice.