Clark County may have found a new administrator for its $6.2 billion annual budget.
Officials in Arizona have approved a new water-sharing agreement that will leave more water in Lake Mead in an effort to head off an unprecedented federal shortage declaration.
Gov. Sandoval also names banker, MGM official to the new nine-member body established to oversee construction of a proposed $1.9 billion domed football stadium in Las Vegas.
The Clark County school administrators union has filed a labor complaint against the school district after nearly 18 months without a contract, accusing officials of retaliation against the union for its support of the mandated district reorganization.
Robert Blakely ekes out narrow victory over former Principal Tim Hughes to capture vacant District 1 seat.
Clark County election results show that an 11-year incumbent on Nevada’s higher education board was en route to being unseated by a challenger who didn’t raise or spend any money to fund his campaign.
By a double-digit margin, Clark County voters were poised to approve a decade-long incremental county fuel tax hike that will see them paying more at the pump to fund nearly 200 roadway projects.
Democrats picked up two Nevada congressional seats on Tuesday, as state Sen. Ruben Kihuen defeated incumbent Republican Rep. Cresent Hardy in the 4th Congressional District, and Democrat Jacky Rosen defeated Republican Danny Tarkanian in the 3rd Congressional District.
Clark County voters turned out in strength this election season, with 62 percent of registered voters casting ballots. County spokesman Dan Kulin said things were mostly normal at polling places. But reports of poll worker intimidation surfaced at four valley high schools after polls closed.