Attorney Robert Walsh will fill a Las Vegas Justice Court judge bench until January 2019.
Officials at Muller Construction and the Nevada Foundation for Fair Contracting have argued for weeks whether workers on a Las Vegas Strip construction project were underpaid or overpaid.
Clark County commissioners are urging the Las Vegas City Council to halt efforts to annex 872 acres of county land.
The Clark County School District will have another set of eyes on its books after a state committee put the cash-strapped public school system on a financial watch list.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday are scheduled to vote to appoint a replacement for Justice of the Peace Deborah Lippis, who resigned in September.
The Nevada Legislature passed a law in 2015 putting control over firearms, accessories and ammunition in the “exclusive domain of the Legislature,” and renders any contrary law, rule or ordinance “to the contrary null and void.”
The training is designed to spell out what the district considers appropriate interactions with students and help cut down the number of district employees arrested on sexual misconduct charges.
A trio of current and former high-ranking Metropolitan Police Department officers hope to make the jump into state politics this year.
Elections that end next month will select the president, vice president and six representatives on the local teacher union’s executive board, as well as six seats representing the local on the Nevada State Education Association board of directors.
The Newmans care for three teenagers and a 9-year-old. For the family and their foster agency, Eagle Quest, to receive Nevada Medicaid funding the parents must conduct and document two hours of basic skills training with each child every day.