Southern Nevada landlords with a soft heart and units to fill are in luck. On Monday, Clark County will host an all-day workshop about landlords getting paid to rent to the area’s homeless.
The dispute, which revolves around dues and transparency, is the latest sign of a frayed relationship between the two labor groups.
Planned local construction projects — including the stadium that will be the Raiders’ home — could face delays unless Clark County finds a way to increase staffing in its public works department.
Las Vegas is getting its first 24/7 pot shop.
Marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated Clark County could soon be allowed to stay open as long as they want.
Las Vegas water officials believe the road salt made well water for Rainbow Subdivision more corrosive, causing it to leach lead from the plumbing in some older homes.
Clark County commissioners decided Tuesday to “pump the brakes” on marijuana consumption lounges.
Clark County has received more than $975,000 in public safety grant funds that the Department of Justice withheld in 2016, county spokesman Erik Pappa announced Tuesday.
Shawn White was working as a 28-year-old paramedic when he was called to the home of a young family.