Young-adults turned out in historic numbers during last year’s midterm election, but that flare appeared to fizzle during Clark County’s 2019 municipal primary.
Clark County commissioners expressed frustration Tuesday about a perceived lack of a unified message at the Nevada Legislature.
On paper, the two-bedroom home is a church. But inside “Zen Temple Las Vegas” on Harmon Avenue, investigators found a dance floor, massage tables, shelves of liquor and rooms divided into a makeshift motel.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday appointed the chief of the criminal division in the U.S. attorney’s office to a Clark County District Court seat.
Vehicles zoomed by Wednesday afternoon as people, young and old, visited a makeshift memorial at a Southwest Las Vegas Valley intersection, remembering a 12-year-old boy who was killed this week after being struck by a car crossing the busy road.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday named Jacqueline Bluth, 37, a Las Vegas prosecutor with a dozen years in the Clark County district attorney’s office, to a vacant seat on the District Court in Las Vegas.
Clark County commissioners have upheld plans to build luxury homes at the site of Bonnie Springs Ranch in Red Rock Canyon.
Plans by Clark County to earmark up to $12 million in marijuana fees to address homelessness have evolved from the “housing first” approach outlined when the proposal was approved in January.
Richard Bunker had what it took to be high-profile — power, good looks, an articulate way of speaking — but he let his work do the talking.
Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly charged more than $1,100 in expenses to his campaign for a trip to Dallas with his daughter, records show.
Former Nevada education official Marcia Washington will fill the vacancy left in the state Senate by the resignation of Kelvin Atkinson, the ex-Senate majority leader who pleaded guilty to federal wire fraud Monday.
A year and a half after the Las Vegas Review-Journal won a court ruling stating that autopsy reports are public records, the Clark County coroner continues to refuse to make the documents available to media and the public.
A government program designed to bring transparency to lobbyists’ private meetings with Clark County Commission members operates without oversight or enforcement, a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation has found.
Clark County will accept applications through noon Monday to replace former Nevada state Sen. Kelvin Atkinson. The Commission will fill the vacancy on March 15.
Clark County Commissioners Michael Naft and Justin Jones held a meet-and-greet Feb. 26 at Desert Breeze Community Center that drew about 50 people. Lisa Skurow told them she has seen some “serious violations” of the county’s short-term rental ban in her neighborhood, near Jones Boulevard and Edna Avenue.