January 14, 2009 - 10:53 am
Supreme Court Chief Justice Jim Hardesty suggested that Supreme Court justices not take a pay increase in light of the severe budget crunch facing the state.
Two tickets did get the five regular numbers plus the power play to claim $2 million each. One was sold in Georgia and one in Texas.
The city wants to renew the taxes for another 30 years, and to hold a special election before Dec. 12 to seek voters’ feedback.
The Federal Reserve’s decision indicates that it is moderating its fight against inflation as price pressures have eased.
The money will go toward the planting of about 3,000 trees in neighborhoods surrounding UNLV and in east Las Vegas, the Historic Westside and some parts of North Las Vegas.
One corrections officer worked 13 days in a row of 12-hour or longer shifts without a day off.
Hacker gangs have taken credit for the cybersecurity issue that has plagued Nevada’s largest employer for 10 days. MGM did not detail current impacts on other operations.
The collision occurred near West Sahara Avenue and South Valley View Boulevard. The driver briefly fled the scene, and now faces DUI and hit-and-run charges.
The city of North Las Vegas is considering holding a special election later this year to seek voters’ approval for lengthy extensions of two special property taxes.
A Las Vegas judge said Tuesday that she plans to deny an anti-SLAPP motion from the teacher’s union to dismiss a school district lawsuit.
The public will have the chance to comment on Oct. 3 on a proposed law that would prohibit sidewalk vending in certain areas.