Raiders President Marc Badain will be a “special guest” for a Feb. 27 private fundraiser in Las Vegas for Clark County Commission President Steve Sisolak’s gubernatorial campaign, according to a source with knowledge of the event.
It’s not quite Noah’s Ark, but Springs Preserve is gradually becoming an urban lifeboat for some of the Mojave Desert’s most threatened species.
D’Andre Burnett has attended six schools since the sixth grade, and he is not alone. More than one-quarter of students in the school district change schools at some point during the year, posing a difficult challenge for educators.
A state senator with a track record of supporting workers is competing for organized labor endorsements after a union official entered the race for Clark County Commission.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday are expected to approve $200 million in bonds for the expansion and renovation of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
A challenger for Clark County’s top cop job said he is running to bring police transparency and accountability after the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
Clark County residents turned out en masse on a Monday afternoon to show Las Vegas city officials there’s major opposition to a proposal to incorporate 872 acres into city bounds.
The New York-based public charter school brings new approaches to struggling Las Vegas charter school, including Korean language classes and zero tolerance for “D” grades.
Catherine Byrne, a Carson City Democrat and CPA, announced her campaign for Nevada controller last week, making her the first announced challenger to incumbent Republican Ron Knecht.
The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority board of commissioners unexpectedly lost two of its nine members last month. Meanwhile, the commission is slated to make two key votes on Thursday.