The change addresses concerns over less strict standards with so-called microhospitals.
Center for Biological Diversity says it will seek federal endangered species protection for the white-margined beardtongue in an effort to block Clark County plan to open roughly 40,000 acres of federal land to development.
Billing itself as “the largest community-based population health study in the world,” the Healthy Nevada Project research project already has enrolled more than 35,000 volunteers since it launched in Washoe County in late 2016.
Some Clark County commissioners have voiced general support for considering firearm restrictions on the Las Vegas Strip if Nevada lawmakers give them the power to create stricter gun laws.
The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority has hired an outside human resources firm to investigate the agency’s executive director, according to two housing authority commissioners.
Nevada stands to lose nearly $170 million in federal funding for healthcare and child welfare programs over the next decade if even 1 percent of state residents don’t participate in next year’s census, state officials estimate.
Robert Kern, a lawyer representing the company, said he would appeal the Labor Commissioner’s decision, arguing that the agency’s conclusions were improper on at least two fronts.
The Clark County Commission Wednesday rejected a developer’s request to approve a preliminary plan for 3,000 homes overlooking Red Rock Canyon before a federal agency grants permission for a roadway leading to the site.
Instead of approving a bill to increase taxes and fees to pay for homeless services in Clark County, the Legislature last week amended it to require the county and its municipalities to work together for a solution.
The move to request that federal lawmakers establish three OHV recreation areas drew fierce criticism from an environmental nonprofit due to potential implications for the threatened desert tortoise.
Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom on Monday vowed to hold owners of dilapidated properties accountable as part of a crackdown on neighborhood blight.
A long-disputed proposal to construct 3,000 homes overlooking Red Rock Canyon will return in front of Clark County Commissioners on Wednesday, ushering in a renewed showdown between a developer and an environmental nonprofit.
Clark County has sued an advertised “nude luxury retreat,” alleging its managers are running an unlicensed business out of two adjacent homes on East Harmon Avenue.
A federal judge dismissed the case after a confidential settlement was reached between the Las Vegas Valley Water District and 15 former employees who accused the utility of age discrimination and retaliation.
For years now, a shortage of corrections officers in two Las Vegas Valley detention centers has sent overtime pay soaring and hindered the ability of county officials, saddled with the rising costs, to bankroll more officers in the jails and on the streets.