Clark County on Tuesday unveiled the “Wetlands Park Navigator” developed alongside the Wetlands Park Friends nonprofit, which aims to support park programs and activities.
Ricardo Torres-Cortez is a public safety and breaking news reporter. He returned to the Review-Journal, where he’d interned, after a five-year stint at the Las Vegas Sun newspaper. A Mexican-born graduate of UNLV, he’s passionate about soccer, books and coffee.
The new Harvey Munford Street, tucked in a Historic Westside neighborhood, was just one in a long list of accomplishments for a Nevada fixture.
Clark County Commission Republican candidate Drew Johnson said that he was not requesting a recount and placed blame on the Republican Party for spreading election fraud misinformation.
Clark and Washoe counties officially certified the 2022 election results on Friday.
When Pamela Goynes-Brown is inaugurated, she will become the first Black mayor in Nevada’s history.
Clark County Commissioner Justin Jones has been re-elected to office by a margin of just 336 votes, according to unofficial election results posted Wednesday.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore went on a diatribe against former Republican Party Chair Amy Tarkanian, calling her “Ms. Alcoholic” and a “panty dropper after two shots.”
Francis Allen-Palenske and retired Las Vegas police Lt. Ray Spencer were leading in their races for two Las Vegas City Council seats early Wednesday, preliminary election results show.
Two of three Clark County Commissioners up for re-election were leading their races early Wednesday, preliminary election results show.
A District Court judge denied a request to keep polling places open after voting machine printers ran out of paper at eight polling places.
Before Tuesday’s midterms, Culinary Workers Union Local 226 appeared “fired up” in its quest to knock on 1 million doors in canvassing sessions aimed at re-electing Democrats.