A new contractor will construct a multimillion dollar Las Vegas Strip safety project following a labor dispute involving the last company handling the project.
Clark County Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria is calling for a redo of a primary election decided by a razor-thin margin because 43 voters may have cast ballots twice due to an “unacceptable” failure in procedure by poll workers.
Clark County is seeking a pre-trial ruling against an environmental nonprofit suing to block a controversial development near Red Rock Canyon.
A criminal investigation should examine the mishandling of $90,000 worth of Southwest Airlines gift cards secretly purchased by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, local lawyers said.
But the race’s future in Southern Nevada is being threatened by federal legislation that would open nearly 39,000 acres of federal land for development south of the Las Vegas Valley.
Money generated by the voter-approved fuel revenue indexing tax is helping to pay for road projects across Clark County, but local transportation officials said Thursday that they hope to continue receiving a fair share of federal funds.
After undergoing more than $34 million in renovations, four of the oldest pedestrian bridges along the Las Vegas Strip were formally handed over to Clark County this week.
Republican Clark County public administrator candidates Aaron Manfredi bested opponent Thomas Fougere by only four votes, according to the unofficial election tally Tuesday night.
A hearing master appeared to earn a seat on the Las Vegas Justice Court on Tuesday, while a prosecutor and a former Nevada regent were expected to square off for second open spot on the bench in a general election, according to Tuesday’s initial primary results.
First-time political candidates backed by the Nevada Assembly Democratic Caucus were the top vote-getters in several Assembly Democratic primaries.