World War I Exhibit Opens Next FridayThe exhibit chronicles the efforts of Clark County's young community in supporting Uncle Sam during the war effort.
Nevada Utility Sells Transmission Lines To Dallas CompanyValley Electric Association announced Wednesday it sold the system that includes transmission lines and related substations in Nye and Clark counties to GridLiance.
Three Square Teaming Up To Serve Hungry NevadansThree Square Food bank is teaming up with the state Dept. of Agriculture to feed nearly 300,000 hungry Nevadans.
New Voting Machines To Be Unveiled In OctoberThe new voting machines look and operate similarly to the voting machines used in previous elections. Some notable differences include a larger display screen and larger type on the backup paper printout.
Health District Launches New Get Healthy WebsiteThe Southern Nevada Health District announced it has launched a newly redesigned www.GetHealthyClarkCounty.org website with new and updated information.
Raiders Get OK for Las Vegas Stadium Construction PermitsThe Oakland Raiders are one step closer to being able to start building their proposed stadium in Las Vegas.
Feds Sue Clark County Over Las Vegas Strip Golf Course RentFederal authorities are suing Las Vegas officials over what they claim is underpaid rent for a golf course on the Strip. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the federal lawsuit was filed Friday against Clark County.
Vegas Welcome Sign Going Gold For Cancer AwarenessThe Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada kicked off the group's "shineGOLD" for childhood cancer awareness campaign on Friday.
FAA Move Could Affect Timeline For Raiders' Vegas StadiumOfficials in Clark County have said key permits for the stadium's construction won't be considered until the FAA makes a final determination.
Clark County Warns Pot Industry Against Promoting Public UseOfficials in Las Vegas are warning the recreational marijuana industry against any advertising that can be considered promoting public consumption.
Sexual Assaults On The Rise In Las VegasIn the 180 days between January 1 and June 30, 2017, The Rape Crisis Center assisted 380 victims, an eight percent increase over the same time period in 2016.
Bus Safety Event Seeking Zero Fatalities In The 2018 School YearThere were also thousands of times that drivers in Clark county who pass buses with their stop arm out, which is to say that children were getting off the bus and could be crossing the street, with drivers putting their safety in jeopardy.