Family Court Judge Jennifer Elliott has announced her retirement, effective June 30.
Clark County and its largest employee union are headed to arbitration over a contract dispute concerning annual wage increases.
State Sen. Tick Segerblom remains the winner of his Democratic primary for a Clark County Commission seat, a recount from the county’s election department confirmed Tuesday afternoon.
The private nonprofit submitted the requests to Clark County on Thursday, asking to install about 70 piers made of reinforced concrete that will support 1 mile of track passing over both public and private land.
President Donald Trump spoke at the Nevada Republican Party’s convention on Saturday in Las Vegas. Here are a few highlights from the speech:
The housing authority’s last executive director, John Hill, had a nearly identical salary when he left the agency in April 2016. In its nationwide executive director search, the housing authority advertised it was willing to pay a maximum salary of about $179,000.
It’s been one year since state officials postponed a change to Nevada Medicaid funding amid fears it would shutter organizations serving Clark County’s most vulnerable foster children.
Local Bureau of Land Management staff members are rushing to finish their updated land-use blueprint for Southern Nevada to meet a new deadline set by the Trump administration.
Clark County will recount votes next week in the Democratic primary for the county commission’s District E seat.
Clark County Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria said Wednesday that a combination of human error and technical problems allowed up to 43 voters to cast ballots twice in the primary election.