The Southern Nevada Water Authority and the Las Vegas Valley Water District both OK’d budgets this week reflecting bond-funded spending on big construction projects.
UNLV officials presented a dramatically scaled-back plan for their medical education building during Tuesday’s Clark County Commission meeting.
The Clark County Commission voted Tuesday to spend nearly $1.8 million generated by marijuana fees to open dozens of new beds for homeless young people and those with medical problems.
The event, expected to give residents a chance to hear from experts in the field, is scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday at the Pearson Community Center.
The Asian-American population in Clark County has exploded in recent years, in part because of a low cost of living, a business-friendly tax climate and sunny weather.
Dora LaGrande wrote a fiery email to Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority board members on Thursday urging them to fire Executive Director Chad Williams.
The Healthy Start program targeted at-risk communities in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, providing support before and during pregnancy and up to two years after childbirth.
Clark County is paying more to help foster children with disabilities in response to Nevada Medicaid diminishing a longtime funding stream.
A Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority report accuses a board member of “possible abuse of power, fraud, and embezzlement” of the housing choice voucher program.
The expected cost of a pair of proposed Las Vegas monorail extensions increased by $62 million over the original estimate, Clark County Commissioners learned Tuesday.
The change addresses concerns over less strict standards with so-called microhospitals.
Center for Biological Diversity says it will seek federal endangered species protection for the white-margined beardtongue in an effort to block Clark County plan to open roughly 40,000 acres of federal land to development.
Billing itself as “the largest community-based population health study in the world,” the Healthy Nevada Project research project already has enrolled more than 35,000 volunteers since it launched in Washoe County in late 2016.
Some Clark County commissioners have voiced general support for considering firearm restrictions on the Las Vegas Strip if Nevada lawmakers give them the power to create stricter gun laws.
The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority has hired an outside human resources firm to investigate the agency’s executive director, according to two housing authority commissioners.