Experts say more Native Americans are moving to Clark County because of its strong economy, employment opportunities and proximity to tribal land in nearby states.
Michael Scott Davidson is an investigative reporter at the Review-Journal. The University of Florida graduate has written about issues including evictions, police brutality, government lobbying and lavish public benefits.
The express buses’ four routes run to Summerlin, Henderson and the Las Vegas Valley’s northwest and southwest corners, home to the highest concentrations of season ticket holders.
After 15 years behind the wheel of taxicabs, Sin City’s favorite cabbie, who became a social media star by sharing stories from his overnight shift, is hanging up his keys.
The project is expected to begin around the end of this month at Archie Grant Park, a community for low-income seniors and the disabled.
Officials raise concerns about a mostly unregulated — and potentially dangerous — gray market of entrepreneurs selling pre-owned diabetic test strips.
Loss of ridership due to ride-sharing services was cited in a review of planned extension and construction of two new stops before Gov. Steven Sisolak rejected financing plan.
The senator’s appearance was part of U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford’s inaugural Labor Day cookout.
In August, nonprofit law firm Nevada Legal Services began providing tenants with free consultations on the first floor of the Regional Justice Center.
Wind gusts rocked the valley last night but will be absent for Labor Day, leaving a slight chance of rain showers and thunderstorms throughout the day.
Attorney General Aaron Ford’s announcement came after multiple property management companies announced plans to alter renters’ leases.
Gov. Steve Sisolak‘s decision could derail the nonprofit transit system’s plan to build two new stations on the Las Vegas Strip.
Chad Williams of the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority, given six months probation and ordered to attend ethics training following sexual harassment investigation.
The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority upheld its decision to strip housing benefits from a commissioner, making her ineligible to continue serving on the agency’s board.