Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority workers have filed a formal complaint against the housing agency over what they see as an illegal extension of employee furlough days.
Medical marijuana patients in much of rural Nevada will have a long drive to get their medicine, based on where applications for dispensaries were filed by groups seeking to enter the business.
A new blue ribbon committee appointed by Nevada Supreme Court Justice Nancy Saitta to examine shortcomings in Clark County’s child welfare system and courts will meet for the first time at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Regional Justice Center.
Officials say John O’Keefe Varner, a fugitive on the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Top Ten Most Wanted list, has been captured in Las Vegas.
The 19 deputies who work under Las Vegas Constable John Bonaventura will be out of a job when their boss’ term of office ends in January 2015, but the Clark County sheriff elected in November could rehire them when he takes over the duties of the abolished office.
The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District has a new executive director. Former executive director Jeanne Goodrich retired at the end of the summer. Her successor, Ronald R. Heezen, Ph.D., started in early September.
The expansion of triage beds for the mentally ill in Southern Nevada may finally come to fruition. It’s been nearly four months since Gov. Brian Sandoval in mid-June acted to mitigate some of the most immediate problems facing the state’s troubled mental health system. One of the measures addressed the crisis local emergency rooms are experiencing — a large number of mentally ill patients seeking care the facilities are ill-equipped to provide.
One of the most ambitious sewer line projects in Clark County’s history kicks off in earnest this month and you know what that means: There are going to be some street disruptions in the project’s path.
A minor earthquake shook the ground just south of Sloan and was felt in parts of the valley early Sunday morning.