Completing safety studies and setting up a license document network for the Yucca Mountain Project will take a full year and use all $11.1 million of the money previously budgeted for the now-shuttered project 100 miles northwest of Las Vegas, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s staff said Monday.
City officials are set to break ground for a new fire station in east Las Vegas on Oct. 8.
CARSON CITY — Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, the ball is in your court.
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The Henderson City Council approved a controversial senior facility Tuesday after the developer agreed to scale down the project. Las Vegas architect Howard Perlman, who also designed The District at Green Valley Ranch, plans to build Carnegie Senior Living, an assisted-living and skilled-nursing facility, at 525 Carnegie St.
Numerous activities and tie-ins are planned in observance of October as National Breast Cancer Awareness month, which is aimed at raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research and treatment.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday rejected two separate proposals that would have raised the sales tax rate to pay for police officers.
The California Department of Public Health’s investigation determined there was no violation of state or federal regulations by Napa State Hospital in the case involving Amanda Brandes, 26. Family members contend Brandes was transported out of state and dumped at University Medical Center in Las Vegas without their knowledge.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has picked Dallas Haun, president and chief executive of Nevada State Bank, to a new UNLV stadium board that will study the viability of building a stadium/entertainment center on campus.
Red Rock Search and Rescue won Tuesday a free AmbuBus kit, used to transport multiple patients at one time, through a Facebook contest by the manufacturer.