Phil Stoeckinger, an ex-deputy director of Economic and Urban Development, filed a federal lawsuit against the city in October 2018, a year after his departure from City Hall.
A Las Vegas judge is facing ethics charges after an outburst directed at a potential juror during a child rape trial resulted in an overturned verdict.
The first marijuana dispensary in Las Vegas’ Ward 5 was approved over the objections of the councilman who represents the area, Cedric Crear.
President Donald Trump spoke to a crowd of several thousand during a Henderson event Sunday. Earlier, he held a roundtable with Latinos for Trump at Treasure Island.
President Donald Trump told the Review-Journal on Sunday that he did not believe he was subject to an order limiting gatherings to 50 people when he addressed a crowd of thousands at an indoor rally in Henderson.
Nevada motorists with expiring driver’s licenses are being granted another extension after all.
Victims of the October 1, 2017, shooting will be memorialized in a combination of socially distanced and virtual events as the third anniversary of the shooting approaches.
The Nevada Judicial Discipline Commission has accused Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melanie Tobiasson of becoming improperly involved in a double murder investigation.
The idea is to show the state that Southern Nevada should be able to write its own guidelines as it responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Democratic governor kept tabs on a faith-based campaign event for President Donald Trump early this month, expecting more people to show up than allowed under a statewide rule meant to control the spread of the coronavirus.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore called city compliance observers “snitches.” The program was implemented after Clark County was designated a red zone.
The practice of descending on city halls and the county chamber in large numbers to voice opposition to issues has been put on hold during the public health crisis.