The surges in rent are part of a nationwide, three-year-old U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development policy change introduced to help stretch the federal agency’s budget.
D’Andre Burnett, a 17-year-old high school senior, has had s rocky educational journey. But after his arrest for fighting with a classmate, he decided to apply himself at school and try to graduate this spring.
After a nearly nine-month hiatus, the monorail company is scheduled to appear before county commissioners Wednesday to request land use permits fora 1-mile extension south from MGM Grand to the Mandalay Bay and Luxor resort and convention campus.
North Las Vegas was awarded a $70,000 grant to purchase a “mass casualty incident vehicle” to treat victims during an emergency.
Applicants must have at least five years experience as an attorney and submit their application to the county manager’s office by Nov. 30. The appointed judge would serve until January 2019.
Nevada Democrat urges Homeland Security Secretary-nominee Kirstjen Nielsen to erase proposed budget cuts to the Urban Area Security Initiative grants in light of the Las Vegas mass shooting.
Earl Mitchell has lived in Nevada since 1975. He served more than 20 years in the Navy and Navy Reserve and worked 22 years as a Henderson police officer before retiring in 2008.
The $14.8 million U.S. Department of Education grant will allow Gehring Elementary and Lied and O’Callaghan middle schools, all in Las Vegas, to fully convert to magnet schools with a focus on science, technology, engineering and math.
The Clark County School District wants to build an 850-student school to ease overcrowding, while the city is holding out for a 700-student campus with a smaller footprint.
Overtime costs for Las Vegas-area police and government employees related to the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting will be in the millions, officials report.