The city of North Las Vegas pulled an agenda item from its agenda that would have authorized hiring a law firm to sue electric car company Faraday Future for breach of contract.
Blake Apgar joined the Review-Journal as a general assignment reporter in January 2017 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. He interned at the Review-Journal in the summer of 2016, and now covers North Las Vegas and Henderson government. He was raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Richard Zeitlin’s companies raised millions of dollars for nonprofit charities and PACs, but spent little on their causes, according to a report published Thursday.
Scores of people gathered at North Las Vegas’ Desert Horizons Park Thursday night to remember Paula Davis, the 19-year-old UNLV student whose body was found last week.
Fall landscape watering restrictions went into effect on Sunday and run through Oct. 31, meaning residents can be fined if they water too much.
Developers took the first step in transforming the historic Black Mountain Golf and Country Club into a development with 1,800 homes. They face opposition from neighbors.
Deep Isolation wants to drill holes thousands of feet into the ground and fill them with nuclear waste. It’s a seemingly simple solution to a decades-long problem.
Jimmy Vega, who last year unsuccessfully ran for North Las Vegas constable, has been charged with crimes related to his campaign, including falsifying records about where he lived.
Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas filed lawsuits last week against opioid manufacturers and distributors in Clark County District Court.
Henderson Councilman Dan Shaw owed the federal government millions of dollars from a failed business venture. And he still might.
North Las Vegas intends to hire outgoing state corrections chief James Dzurenda as a consultant to help re-open its jail. Dzurenda’s resignation was announced last month.
Former Henderson City Attorney Josh Reid responded to allegations from the city that he filed costly anonymous records requests and false complaints.
North Las Vegas recently provided a 12-month notice to end the contract to house up to 315 of its inmates — mostly men — in the Las Vegas Detention Center.
Beto O’Rourke, the former congressman from Texas, made brief comments shortly after learning of a mass shooting in his hometown of El Paso.
The Arizona Diamondbacks want to stay in their home state, but the team is not completely ruling out the possibility of relocating to another city, including Henderson.
Last year, Henderson officials quietly began a push to lure the Arizona Diamondbacks from the team’s Phoenix home to their city, records obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal show.