The event will be at the Pearson Center at 1625 W. Carey Ave. in North Las Vegas from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Attendees learned about public meetings, municipal elections — when, where and how to vote —and the city’s boards and commissions.
Some Las Vegas Valley residents will be able be able to fill ‘er up on Thursdays, starting today.
Attendees sat studying Earl Sweatshirt’s “Some Rap Songs” album as it played in the background. The group is meeting periodically to discuss Pitchfork’s top albums of 2018.
North Las Vegas resident Robert Rascon, who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease and was reported missing Friday, was killed Saturday morning after being hit by two vehicles on Interstate 15.
North Las Vegas police are requesting assistance in locating Robert, “Bob,” Rascon, 87, who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and was last seen driving north on Island Rail.
A District Court judge in Las Vegas granted a temporary restraining order Wednesday requested by the administrators union.
The move, approved unanimously by the Clark County School Board early this year, is no longer on the table for Delta Academy and the 100 Academy of Excellence.
Over 20 people showed up June 27 at Starbucks for coffee with Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear. Crear said the meetings won’t be held in July and August.
Raul Saldivar and Leo Saucedo were among five students in the College of Southern Nevada’s film program who were award winners at a ceremony at the M Resort.
The North Las Vegas City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a negotiation agreement with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for water rights in Apex.
When does the School Board meet in private, and what do they talk about? And what are those “CONFIDENTIAL” items that the board votes on without notifying the public?
The inaugural class in the Valley Health System program is comprised of 10 residents in the family medicine program and 16 in the general surgery program.
Through July 31, teens ages 13-17 can enroll in STEP and receive free membership access to the YMCA’s facility and summer programs. The free membership lasts four months.
A 9-year-old boy from Henderson drowned in North Las Vegas days before an autistic boy who was reported missing was found in his family’s backyard pool.