Clark County is back on track for a July 1 roll out of recreational marijuana. The state plans to issue licenses that would allow currently operating medical marijuana dispensaries to sell recreational weed starting on that date.
Crime has diminished at the Clark County Wetlands Park since the creation of a coalition last year to combat the issue, Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani said Thursday afternoon.
After two straight weeks of public shaming, the county is not listed in report on “non-cooperative jurisdictions” published Thursday.
Clark County commissioners this week floated the idea of using anticipated bond proceeds to replace an estimated $11.5 million in federal funding that would be lost under President Donald Trump’s budget proposal.
Local voters should be able to cast a valid ballot at any polling location inside Clark County, not just their congressional district, by the primary election in June 2018.
The first legal sale of recreational marijuana may come later than many expected in Southern Nevada.
When Clark County commissioners gave the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada the green light in 2013 to fund transportation improvement projects with a fuel tax increase, the agency aimed to fulfill three promises:
Voters in Las Vegas and North Las Vegas will not have to travel more than 3½ miles to cast ballots in city elections Tuesday. The two cities are debuting voting centers for Tuesday’s primary elections, aimed at augmenting accessibility for voters.
Family Court Judge William Potter is facing ethics charges that include improperly having a lawyer handcuffed in his courtroom, failing to allow another attorney to be heard and commenting on pending cases during his re-election bid.
A developer of a planned housing development near Red Rock Canyon says a proposed law shows the Nevada Legislature is targeting his company.