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.
Nine veterans will be recognized for their service this weekend in annual fundraising ceremony in Henderson.
Clark County School District middle school-age girls toured the HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas, played Fortnite and listened to speakers during Battle Born Girls Innovate, a program designed to teach them about careers in science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
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.
The Operation Care Package drive, a collaboration among the Las Vegas United Service Organization, Nellis Air Force Base and the Right Lawyers, will continue through Nov. 10.
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.
UNLV researcher and astrophysicist Jason Steffen turned data on thousands of distant worlds into chord progressions that may indicate how they have changed since their births.
Rep. Dina Titus says she appreciates the significance of being the only Nevada lawmaker on the panel hearing closed-door testimony about President Donald Trump and his controversial telephone call with the president of Ukraine.