The hip hop producer known as Mally Mall was recently given one last shot by Clark County after allowing five exotic animal permits to lapse in the past 11 years.
Discharging firearms is illegal in a broad swath of unincorporated Clark County. Commissioner Justin Jones wants to expand it as development extends outward.
Clark County Commissioners on Tuesday adopted regulations to strengthen enforcement of laws that prohibit short-term home rentals, including fines that will accompany property tax bills.
Las Vegas and Clark County — which run programs at Clark County schools — are planning for what they will do in the event district teachers go on strike starting Sept. 10.
Assemblyman William McCurdy II, the chairman of the Nevada State Democratic Party, will seek to replace term-limited Commissioner Lawrence Weekly in District D in 2020.
The majority of about 60 Ethiopian restaurants, shops and stores in Las Vegas can be found on a roughly two-mile stretch of Decatur.
Chad Williams of the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority, given six months probation and ordered to attend ethics training following sexual harassment investigation.
A Clark County commissioner is proposing a one-eighth percent sales tax instead of the maximum quarter-cent sales tax allowed under Assembly Bill 309.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of a toddler who died in foster care alleges that Nevada and Clark County officials routinely endanger the children they’re charged with protecting.
The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority upheld its decision to strip housing benefits from a commissioner, making her ineligible to continue serving on the agency’s board.
An estimated $28.4 million in funding is expected to be available for building projects to fight poverty during the next five years.
Montevista Hospital — one of Southern Nevada’s biggest psychiatric facilities — will be cut off from Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement and is barred from accepting new patients.
Clark County on Thursday presented a breakdown of the 5,530 homeless people counted during this year’s annual Southern Nevada Homeless Census.
Clark County claims in a court filing that the owners of two adjacent homes advertised as a nude resort have spent months evading being served a lawsuit aimed at shutting them down.
The disputed request to rename a stretch of road currently named after famed actress and singer Debbie Reynolds will return to the Clark County Planning Commission on Aug. 20.