Critics have frowned on politicians using private email accounts and cellphones. Such practices, they say, allow hiding of conversations and might expose sensitive information to hackers.
Nevada law does not prohibit public employees from their personal cellphone or email accounts for public business. But are those communications considered a public record like those that come from government accounts?
Nearly $3 million in improvements — including new playground equipment, basketball court, climbing wall and trail — will begin to take shape at Alexander Villas Park sometime this summer, according to Clark County.
Clark County expects to spend $1.33 billion from its general fund in fiscal year 2018, about $25.6 million more than the previous year.
Save Red Rock, in an effort to halt progress on a proposed development near the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, has accused the Clark County Commission of violating open meeting laws.
Veterans Stand Down on Wednesday offers an array of free services, including housing assistance, counseling, medical care — even showers and haircuts.
Session on Wednesday in Las Vegas will cover details of a recent study that spells out impacts such as noise levels and identifies areas where the risk of accidents is elevated.
Clark County wants a judge to dismiss a lawsuit it filed in December regarding plans to build 5,025-home development near the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
An amendment to a bill modifying how much Nevadans’ property taxes can increase each year would eventually lock in an annual cap of 3 percent for residential property.
HomeAid and volunteers from the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association on Thursday celebrated completion of a $460,000 renovation of the U.S. VETS’ kitchen.