Four cities paid Clark County hundreds of thousands of dollars to run municipal elections this year — and fewer than 10 percent of voters participated.
As negotiations continue over health care contributions for the Clark County School District’s roughly 18,000 teachers, the School Board is raising concerns about the financial health and stability of the union-managed Teachers Health Trust.
North Las Vegas resident later worked as tireless veterans advocate and helped shape “stolen valor” laws aimed at war hero pretenders.
More than 5,000 Clark County employees will be guaranteed 2 percent raises this summer if county commissioners approve their union’s new contracts on Tuesday.
Specialized foster care agencies in Clark County will not see have their Nevada Medicaid funding changed until at least September, state officials report.
Public clashes over extent of electronic communication between students, teachers during roundtable discussion Thursday night on the Clark County School District’s first-ever social media policy.
Henderson City Council incumbent John Marz celebrated his likely win for the Ward 3 seat with an intimate group of friendsand family at his home Tuesday night in the city’s Green Valley section.
Two political newcomers look to be on their way to joining the Boulder City Council.
Staff Sgt. Robert Mattey and Airman 1st Class Michele Faiella, of the 99th Security Forces Squadron, raise the U.S. flag Tuesday, June 13 at Nellis Air Force Base.
A federal judge this week rejected a Service Employees International Union member’s request to immediately restore local control of the union’s Nevada chapter.