Republican U.S. Sen. Dean Heller and Democratic opponent, U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen, filed ethics complaints against one another this week, the latest salvo in Nevada’s contentious Senate race.
When the new Las Vegas Ward 5 City Council member is seated next month it will be a couple weeks away from the launch of a 24/7 courtyard aimed at connecting the homeless population with a range of services.
Critics see what they consider hardball tactics by the district as a waste of taxpayer dollars in hopes of exhausting the plaintiffs’ finances.
Today begins Sunshine Week, a national initiative to promote the importance of open government and freedom of information, and the Review-Journal is publishing several stories about the importance of government transparency.
Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin visited the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health on Friday to learn more about how the center’s research could one day help veterans living with chronic brain diseases.
The Metropolitan Police Department wants to increase its operating budget by nearly $29 million for the next fiscal year, according to a department proposal.
The candidates vying to represent Ward 5 on the Las Vegas City Council will appear in a pair of candidate forums before a special election this month.
The fines stem from 138 days of unlicensed rental activity through Airbnb and HomeAway at 1925 Silver Ave., including $69,000 in daily penalties for unlicensed renting and $3,900 in failed inspection fees.
The survey, which cost $25,000, drew responses from at least 150 residents of each of the city’s six wards. They represent a range of ages, ethnicity and income levels.
Las Vegas city officials are mulling new rules that expand the areas where residents can keep chickens. The current proposal would allow up to 10 hens in single-family residential areas if neighbors give the green light to their backyard brood.