A personality conflict led to last week’s shake-up of North Las Vegas city hall leadership, according to NLV Mayor John Lee.
Outside donations are helping fuel the biggest Republican campaign to be the next Nevada governor.
Clark County commissioners want their residents to know: You can fight annexation, and the county will help.
After Oprah Winfrey’s soaring Golden Globes speech, deciding whether she’d want to subject herself to running for the presidency is the hard part.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt, through a statement from his office, said on Wednesday he was not asked to join a lawsuit that criticized the federal government’s December decision to give internet service providers control over the speed of online data transfers.
The Las Vegas City Council launched a process Wednesday that could create the third tourism improvement district at a developer’s property, which would funnel financial incentives to the developer.
Henderson City Hall was evacuated Wednesday afternoon after a critical incident alarm was issued.
The new carrot to entice Democrats to vote for a temporary spending bill to keep the federal government operating came as prospects for a deal to protect undocumented immigrants who were brought here illegally as children.
A monthly report by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation offers a slightly sunnier outlook for the reservoir than it did in December, though both projections say the lake east of Las Vegas will finish the year about 5 feet lower than it is now.
Nevada’s most vulnerable mentally ill residents are living in taxpayer-funded homes with human waste, rodents, mildew and other filthy conditions, a state audit released Wednesday found.