Nevada Treasurer Dan Schwartz made his gubernatorial bid official last week, and establishment Republicans were none too happy.
The law allows governments to charge only the “actual cost” of reproducing a record, but a Review-Journal survey of more than 20 government entities in Clark County found fees for records requests vary widely.
A respected Family Court judge recently recused himself from a case after accusing Steve Sanson, a controversial figure in Nevada politics, of trying to “influence and intimidate” him.
The Metropolitan Police Department has arrested a suspect the agency says stole a “Clark County EMS truck,” according to posts on the department’s official Twitter account.
Two projects related to erosion control and the ongoing cleanup of a decades-old industrial site at the edge of Henderson are expected keep the popular hiking, biking path closed until Sept. 20.
Neighbors say almost every weekend since February has brought a new set of faces to 5645 N. Juliano Road in the northwest Las Vegas Valley. Their issues with renters include loud music, traffic congestion and an abundance of litter linked to the home.
Clark County commissioners have approved plans for a towering apartment complex east of the Strip.
Clark County commissioners voted Tuesday to ban possession or advertisement of marijuana at McCarran International Airport.
Kickoff for the Southern Highlands United youth soccer fall season isn’t until next Sunday, but coaches have spent two weeks competing — for space, not goals — in Inzalaco Park.
In school district survey, school administrators say they would like control over more areas, everything from hours the custodians work to whether they use district tech support to fix computers.