Clark County could owe the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development nearly $5 million after an inspector general audit questioned how federal grant money was spent.
An online recruitment drive for firefighter positions with the Clark County, North Las Vegas and Pahrump fire departments and the Mount Charleston Fire Protection District will begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday.
Constable Robert Eliason responded to the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s repeated requests for comment in an email stating he works in the field and sometimes carries a weapon despite not obtaining required certification as a peace officer.
It takes a great deal of infrastructure, energy and engineering to get drinking and bathing water through 6,500 miles of pipelines and dozens of reservoirs to the farthest reaches of the Las Vegas Valley’s water system.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection on Friday named six finalists for two Eighth Judicial District Court vacancies.
With contract negotiations at an impasse, Clark County’s largest employee union is a facing a key deadline and yet another possible blow to its health.
Ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft generated more non-airline revenue for McCarran International Airport than taxis in each of the last six months, airport data show.
Senate Bill 425 would freeze the annual caps for property tax increases at 3 percent for residential properties and 8 percent for commercial properties.
Clark County is back on track for a July 1 roll out of recreational marijuana. The state plans to issue licenses that would allow currently operating medical marijuana dispensaries to sell recreational weed starting on that date.
Crime has diminished at the Clark County Wetlands Park since the creation of a coalition last year to combat the issue, Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani said Thursday afternoon.