Visitors to the resort corridor could be banned from stopping on pedestrian bridges if county officials approve a proposed ordinance next week.
Individuals that stop or cause others to stop on pedestrian bridges could be found guilty of a misdemeanor under a proposed Clark County ordinance.
First introduced in 2013, the $5 billion All Net Resort & Arena project has been delayed several times, and its proposed financial backing has changed multiple times over the past decade.
The Clark County School District reported a better high school graduation rate than the state of Nevada as a whole.
The closure and reopening of several streets in the resort corridor was a test Wednesday morning. County officials say they’ll do better getting streets open on race days.
During its board meeting, the federal agency repeatedly cited a Review-Journal investigation of the practice of reducing speeding tickets to parking violations.
The Clark County Fire Department and University Medical Center held a safety demonstration to show how improperly frying a turkey can cause burns or a fire.
The daughter of former Gov. Steve Sisolak and some of her colleagues are accused of creating an anti-police environment in a county office that represents indigent criminal defendants.
A big piece to moving workers employed at properties located within the race’s footprint is a park-and-ride system involving the Las Vegas Monorail.
Clark County commissioners approved a $200,000 settlement in a lawsuit brought on behalf of two minor children who suffered severe injuries while in the care of their former foster parents.
Commissioners voted unanimously on Tuesday to name Lisa Satory as a non-voting member to the Clark County School Board.
The city of Las Vegas will hold its last public listening session for the public to voice concerns on sidewalk vending Thursday at the City Council chambers.
The state issued a formal tax delinquency complaint last week after TEACH Public Schools failed to pay public employee retirement contributions for months.
The more than 40,000-member Las Vegas Ethiopian and Eritreans community on Tuesday celebrated a historic milestone — the inauguration of Clark County’s first official cultural district.
The board heard updates from Clark County and the city of Las Vegas on their efforts to implement a law legalizing street food vendors.