North Las Vegas voters will cast ballots at vote centers rather than polling places this year as part of an effort to save nearly $55,000.
University Medical Center’s largest union has accused hospital management of interfering with the union’s labor-management committee, according to a complaint filed with the state’s Employee-Management Relations Board on Monday.
Longtime resident and ex-vice chairman of Planning Commission chosen from 16 applicants after public interview process.
Continued investment in the UNLV School of Medicine, property tax reform and regionalizing mental health services are among the priorities Southern Nevada lawmakers plan to push for during the 2017 Nevada Legislature session.
Judge Jessie Walsh is stepping down from the bench next week, leaving a second vacancy in Clark County District Court.
The Stadium Authority Board has until June 30 to pay back a loan of up to $500,000 to Clark County, two months longer than the deadline county commissioners and staff discussed at the last regular commission meeting.
The average Las Vegas Valley Water District customer will see a monthly bill increase of about 75 cents as a result of rate increase to help improve aging infrastructure.
Justice Court Chief Judge Joe Bonaventure will attend the Metropolitan Police Department’s First Tuesday event to discuss the kickoff of the Las Vegas Township Community Impact Center. The event will start at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Metro’s Convention Center Area Command, 750 Sierra Vista, Las Vegas.
Las Vegas rocked into 2017 with a massive fireworks display that turned a hazy sky into a kaleidoscope of color as hundreds of thousands of revelers swayed on the Strip to a medley of pop songs.
Don’t expect construction on an extension of the Las Vegas Monorail from MGM Grand to Mandalay Bay to start any time soon.