Clark County will pay its diversity director $150,486 to settle a federal wage discrimination lawsuit that the U.S. Department of Justice filed against the county.
A drugstore clerk was shot to death during a robbery in the northwest valley on Friday morning, Las Vegas police said.
A U.S. highway regulator opened an Internet portal this week allowing the public to report accidents tied to a Trinity Industries Inc. guardrail system, which has been linked by lawsuits to at least eight deaths.
Dozens of New Year’s 2015 events are scheduled to take place this week on the Strip, but one, featuring a three-time Grammy award winner, is getting extra attention.
A state commission is investigating Clark County School Board President Erin Cranor for actions that led to a lawsuit against her and the district, resulting in a $100,100 settlement paid without the approval of her fellow School Board members that got Cranor dropped in the lawsuit.
Clark County drug court recently stopped accepting new referrals, and the program may be full through this spring, according to Judge Linda Bell, who has presided over the county’s specialty court program for two years.
Nevadans diagnosed with terminal diseases could legally end their lives by taking lethal doses of doctor-prescribed medication under a proposed law that would see the Silver State join a growing national movement to give people who are dying greater control over their final days.
A rollover accident at the intersection of East Charleston Boulevard and North Christy Lane is causing traffic delays. Las Vegas police responded to a call at 3:05 p.m. about the two-car accident.
A Nevada blogger has asked a judge to toss an invasion of privacy lawsuit filed by Las Vegas personal injury lawyer Adam Kutner.
Las Vegas police are investigating a possible shooting in the central valley.