Clark County Sheriff Kevin McMahill laid out his ambitious goals to reduce crime by 10 percent this year and build bridges between communities to reduce crime and possibly recruit residents.
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Fifteen Black residents were honored Tuesday by Clark County for their contributions to Las Vegas during a ceremony celebrating Black History Month.
Clark County commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved recognizing the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix as an annual event for at least 10 years.
Clark County was awarded nearly $15 million in federal funding to help those experiencing homelessness.
The Clark County School Board approved a $274,310 purchasing award to Public Consulting Group last week for the study. A final report is expected in early June.
For the first time since September, daily new cases of COVID-19 dropped below 100 in Clark County, reaching some of the lowest levels of the pandemic.
Clark County is set to recognize the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix as an annual event for at least the next 10 years.
Nevada and three others states are the only ones in which all counties are experencing low levels of the virus.
As the sun prepares to rise Thursday, hundreds of volunteers will begin to disperse across Clark County in a daylong mission to find out how many people are experiencing homelessness throughout the valley.
The boy, Joseph Hawatmeh and Jason Bourne, were shot to death after officers fired 27 rounds on November 3, 2020 outside The Douglas at Stonelake Apartments.
Clark County Sheriff Kevin McMahill highlighted the importance of the Hispanic Citizens Police Academy during a Wednesday event for the academy’s newest class.
Melanie Tobiasson, a 55-year-old former justice of the peace, died by suicide Friday. She had resigned in 2021 after facing ethics charges.
The employee would earn an annual salary and benefits package of $218,000 to start.
Housing affordability and evictions comprise “the biggest issue facing our community,” the Southern Nevada nonprofit law firm said in a news release.
Before becoming governor, Clark County’s former Sheriff Joe Lombardo said nonlethal weapons will never replace deadly ones.