Today begins Sunshine Week, a national initiative to promote the importance of open government and freedom of information, and the Review-Journal is publishing several stories about the importance of government transparency.
Whether it’s having city officials — including elected officials — constantly redirect phone calls and interviews to the communications manager, or denying records requests, Henderson has myriad ways to keep its work out of public view:
Public records, whistleblower protections and open meeting laws will be among the topics discussed at a panel on government transparency held at UNLV on Monday evening.
Even before he became a Clark County district court judge, columnist Jane Ann Morrison says she didn’t think highly of Richard Scotti. That opinion has only solidified, given his recent rulings.
More than 32,000 people submitted comments in opposition to the Air Force’s plan to expand its training range north of Las Vegas at the expense of the Desert National Wildlife Refuge.
The madness continued Saturday across the Las Vegas Valley as teams from the Pac-12, Mountain West and Western Athletic Conference looked to punch their tickets to the Big Dance.
Canyon Springs High School in Las Vegas hosted different Mexican folk dancing groups on Friday night.
A decade ago, Snickers just might have been the world’s most famous cocker spaniel. In his first nine months, he had survived a shipwreck only to be left to fend for himself on an island. Enter then-Summerlin resident Jack Joslin, who gave Snickers his forever home.
UNLV senior Shintaro Ban shot a tournament-low 9-under-par 63 to finish one stroke behind the medalist, leading the Rebels to the Jackrabbit Invitational title Saturday at Boulder Creek Golf Club.
Major highway and road closures are making it tough on drivers headed to downtown Las Vegas this weekend.