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Dr. Michael Minev submitted his resignation on Sept. 13, officials said. The resignation comes less than a week after two inmates died by suicide at High Desert State Prison.
The city of Las Vegas on Wednesday approved an agreement with the operators of the Strat to build a pedestrian view deck along a Las Vegas Boulevard sidewalk.
Rita Reid, a deputy in the Public Administrator’s Office, said in hindsight, a text from Robert Telles was a subtle threat. “It could have been us, it could have been me. There was a lot of anger.”
Cannabis consumption lounges are coming to the city of Las Vegas.
The Fed’s move boosted its benchmark short-term rate, which affects many consumer and business loans, to a range of 3% to 3.25%, the highest level since early 2008.
The portion of the Strip between Park and Aria Drive will see one lane open for northbound traffic and three lanes for southbound traffic.
Attorney General Letitia James’ lawsuit is the culmination of the Democrat’s three-year civil investigation of Trump and the Trump Organization.
Nevada filed a motion to continue a licensing effort for Yucca Mountain in the hopes of finally killing the decades-old plan to bury high-level nuclear waste in the state.
Steven Dale Ross, who died at 59 on Sept. 8, was a Las Vegas city councilman and mayor pro tem. “He grew up here and wanted to make it better,” son John Labate said Tuesday.
Nye County Clerk Mark Kampf on Tuesday told commissioners about his plans to use electronic voting machines and then hand-count ballots afterwards.
Fans gathered on a portion of the Las Vegas Strip on Tuesday to celebrate with the Aces following their WNBA Championship win.
Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson said a Tuesday discussion on marijuana lounges regulations was designed to help push an ordinance over the finish line.
Clark County allegedly denied the RNC’s public records requests seeking the political affiliations of the county’s poll workers.
Teaming with Rock the Vote, the Raiders are making a push to ensure eligible voters are registered and ready to vote in November’s elections.