A manual count of homeless in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and unincorporated areas will run from 10 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24 to 4 a.m. the next day.
An audit of Nevada’s more than $160 million a year class size reduction program in public schools showed the funds were used appropriately to reach targeted pupil-teacher ratios.
Session at VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas on Wednesday is latest in series of public forums held by agency officials.
After becoming unhappy with proposed settlement terms, two marshals secretly recorded a conversation they had with their attorneys accusing them of having a conflict of interest.
Clark County Manager Yolanda King wants her top lobbyists to convince state lawmakers to modify the property tax cap law during the 2017 Nevada Legislature session that begins Feb. 6.
A coin flip and a pilot’s inexplicable miscalculation combined to snuff out Lombard, one of Hollywood brightest stars, 75 years ago Monday.
The “wedding capital of the world” is on the cusp of issuing its 10,000th marriage license to same-sex couples, and local businesses want to make sure the ceremony to come will be a lavish celebration.
A Las Vegas-area environmental group is invoking Nevada’s anti-SLAPP law in an attempt to dismiss a lawsuit filed last month by Clark County, according to a court motion filed Monday.
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.