The lawsuit had cast blame on Coffin and Seroka for alleged bias that “infected” the Council’s fair hearing process.
The usual happenings in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area carried on Saturday despite a partial government shutdown now expected to drag into Christmas.
The National Park Service expects to spend about $25 million to move marinas and extend boat launch ramps if Lake Mead continues to shrink in the coming years, according to a new low-water plan released Thursday.
The seven-acre, $5.1 million Washington Las Vegas Wash Park is scheduled to break ground Dec. 12, city officials say.
While some people lined up to buy stuff, about 75 volunteers spent Black Friday at the opposite end of the supply chain, picking up litter from public land at the eastern edge of the Las Vegas Valley.
Nevada’s next governor wants to rename the state’s two busiest public airports after historical elected officials.
Clark County held its third and final surplus auction of the year Saturday, drawing hundreds of people seeking deals at a storage property in east Las Vegas.
Thursday’s 6-0 vote by the Southern Nevada Water Authority board aims to keep more water in the shrinking river system through voluntary cuts. The deal isn’t done, though, as Arizona and California are still debating their cuts.
About 16 people who worked at the courtyard lost their jobs as a result, said Alexandria Anderson, executive director of the nonprofit Southern Nevada Community Health Improvement Program, or CHIPs.
An environmental nonprofit is dropping its lawsuit aimed at stopping the Clark County Commission from approving the development of thousands of homes overlooking the Red Rock Canyon.