The Environmental Protection Agency designation could lead to stripping of federal highway money and takeover of local clean-air programs by the EPA, but local official says such actions are a long way off.
The long list of items that would be banned includes torches, bricks, knives, ice picks, shields and nunchucks. Stun guns and pepper spray containers large than half-an-ounce are also banned.
Violators of county codes could be fined hundreds of dollars on the spot if the Clark County Commission approves a new law Tuesday.
One of Clark County’s largest unions has endorsed Robert Langford in his campaign to unseat District Attorney Steve Wolfson.
In an effort to fire up voters before the midterm elections, Nevada Democrats have launched a one-stop shop for voter registration, information and volunteer opportunities.
U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said Wednesday that centers like Las Vegas’ courtyard project make it “easy” for homeless people to access services in one place and can be effective in reducing unsheltered homelessness.
Clark County is putting a Las Vegas Strip safety project back out to bid following a complaint about how workers the project’s first phase were paid.
A national chain of nonprofit treatment centers is threatening to close its clinic for drug addicts and the mentally ill in Las Vegas by the end of May amid a funding dispute with state and Southern Nevada governments and hospitals.
A Republican candidate for Clark County public administrator was convicted of a gross misdemeanor in 2015 following accusations that he had sex with a pregnant teenage inmate at the county’s juvenile detention center, police and court records show.
The opponent of Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson on Thursday called for him to release bank statements that show a nearly $42,000 campaign theft by his close aide.