Peggy Kearns, director of the Veteran Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare System, says her staff is cutting appointment wait times despite a fast-growing caseload.
Heather Fisher, president of the environmental nonprofit Save Red Rock, expects hundreds of people to wear the color as a sign of protest against proposed development on Blue Diamond Hill, which lies next to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Clark County commissioners are set to consider creating a “Green Ribbon Panel” to help shape local laws and policies for Nevada’s blooming recreational marijuana industry.
It’s been more than seven months since Nevada law required North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason to forfeit his office. But who’s counting?
Clark County officials want a more oversight in preparing pre-sentence investigation reports used by the court system.
Volunteers who serve on Clark County school organization teams would be held harmless from lawsuits relating to their duties, according to a proposed bill.
A Republican state senator said Wednesday that Clark County understated the annual growth of its property tax revenue during testimony to Nevada Legislature members.
County Commission candidate Tisha Black’s campaign rollout is turning heads and winning praise almost two years before the general election for the board’s next members.
Clark County Clerk Lynn Goya said the week leading up to Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest times of the year for the county’s marriage license bureau.
In an official filing, University Medical Center has denied allegations it interfered with its labor-management committee.