Entertainment, food and fun at Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas will celebrate the service of active duty troops and veterans.
Private buyers and sellers of internet goods would have a safe place to complete their transactions under a bill given final legislative approval Thursday by the Nevada Senate.
Allegations of discrimination from two former employees have led to $177,500 in settlements and prompted policy changes for the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority.
More than 1,400 Clark County employees made over $100,000 last year, nearly double the county’s median annual household income in 2015.
The last piece is in place, and the reorganization of the fifth-largest school district in the country will continue uninterrupted this year.
The finances and day-to-day operations of Service Employees Union International’s Nevada chapter are now under the control of its parent union.
Last year, a do-it-yourself home improvement project went awry when faulty wiring in a ceiling fan caused a Las Vegas Valley residence to catch fire.
Members of a Nevada Assembly committee on Tuesday grilled Sen. Mo Denis over his proposal to change the law requiring constables of urban areas to obtain peace officer certification.
An attorney for a company that wants to build thousands of homes on Blue Diamond Hill said opposition to the project is forcing his client to spend “a lot of time and money” in court to address legal claims that will eventually be dismissed.