Clark County commissioners voted more than a year ago to request Nevada’s police standards and training board waive police certification requirements for the North Las Vegas constable due to a medical condition.
Clark County is lawyering up in anticipation of being sued over an ongoing $20.4 million construction project in the Las Vegas Wash.
Underserved children in Southern Nevada will have expanded access to early education under a $3.6 million grant announced Tuesday.
Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo will be running for re-election next year.
A legal battle is unfolding between the Teachers Health Trust and four ex-executives who claim to have witnessed questionable financial dealings by union representatives charged with overseeing the insurance provider.
District Judge Elissa Cadish has signed a temporary restraining order that prevents the Clark County Commission from declaring North Las Vegas constable Robert Eliason’s office vacated, his attorney confirmed Friday.
Service Employees International Union leaders met behind closed doors Thursday night on the Las Vegas Strip to determine whether to return local control of their Nevada chapter.
Nevada’s public records law calls on state government entities to turn over information that isn’t exempted. With requests involving the Clark County School District, that’s often not how it works.
The Southern Nevada homeless population increased slightly over the last year, but the number remains lower than the high of recent years.
Decision by the Employee-Management Relations Board means the school district’s thousands of teachers will not face more stringent requirements in order to qualify for salary bumps.