Reid International Airport staff failed to monitor Clark County employees who used keycards to park free for personal use despite previous stories revealing abuse.
A probable case of monkeypox virus has been reported involving a man in his 40s, according to a Southern Nevada Health District news release.
District Judge Michael Villani is retiring after more than 15 years on the bench, the District Court announced Thursday.
The Southern Nevada Health District has received reports of two additional probable monkeypox cases in Clark County residents, according to a news release.
An interactive map shows that no corner of the Las Vegas Valley was spared but some neighborhoods stood out among the rest.
The memorial will honor the 60 victims and hundreds of survivors who were part of the deadliest mass shooting in recent America history, which unfolded across the street from Mandalay Bay on Oct. 1, 2017.
Heat-related fatalities have jumped since 2010, increasing more than fivefold. Many were homeless, Clark County data showed and meth use contributed to deaths in 2021.
A majority of the patients requiring hospitalization are 70 or older, and the number of people being admitted to the ICU for care or who require mechanical ventilation remain near all-time lows.
In Nevada, the property-tax increase for one’s primary residence is a maximum of 3 percent, and the increase for other properties, including land and commercial buildings, is a max of 8 percent.
In an interview with the Review-Journal, Joe Gloria disputed claims of fraud, which he said mostly stem from misunderstandings in how elections are run in Clark County.
The Clark County Commission certified its primary election results ahead of Friday’s deadline to canvass the votes, with pushback from election deniers.
A Nevada mandate to legalize short-term rentals in unincorporated Clark County took a significant step after commissioners laid the groundwork for how licensing, restrictions and enforcement will be implemented.
Robert Telles’ third-place finish in a three-person primary comes after a Review-Journal investigation documented problems in the Public Administrator office.
Robert Telles’ lackluster showing in his re-election bid to run the Public Administrator’s office, follows a Review-Journal investigation that uncovered claims of bullying and retaliation.