Bedwell Making A Run For Clark County SheriffClark County Sheriff candidate Tim Bedwell said Clark County deserves a service-oriented leader who values public safety as the top priority.
National Health Survey Underway In Clark CountyThis year, Clark County is one of 15 counties that was chosen to be part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey or (NHANES).
NV Education Groups Reject Trump Budget ProposalSome education advocates are criticizing President Donald Trump's new 2019 budget proposal, because it zeroes out funding for a number of programs that benefit Nevada students.
24-Year-Old Las Vegas Woman Dies From FluJenna Libidinsky's friends say she became sick shortly after the new year and battled the flu for two weeks.
Application Period For Citizen Review Board ExtendedThe Citizen Review Board is responsible for objectively reviewing citizen complaints and Internal Affairs Investigations filed against Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department peace officers and corrections officers.
County Hosting First Government Surplus Auction Later This MonthThe auctions, held three times a year, feature items used or acquired by area police and government agencies including cars, trucks, computers, office equipment, electronics and other lost and found items from McCarran International Airport.
Wetlands Park Focused On Mosquito Prevention And ControlEfforts to monitor and control mosquitoes in the Las Vegas Valley will be discussed. Information also will be provided about other insects found in Wetlands Park, and the role insects play in its ecosystem.
Nevada Steps Up Oversight Of Casino Emergency PlansState officials recognize they've been deficient in developing an aggressive plan to guard against deadly attacks like the one on the Las Vegas Strip Oct. 1.
Body Found In Burned Out RVLas Vegas firefighters are investigating why a recreational vehicle was found fully involved behind a vacant house in the 1700 block of Primrose Path.
Grand Jury to Get Vegas Police Manslaughter CaseA prosecutor says a grand jury will review the involuntary manslaughter charge against a former Las Vegas police officer in the on-duty neck hold death of an unarmed man outside a Strip casino last May.
Expect Delays Along SR 159 Beginning January 23The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) will be crack filling a 15-mile section of State Route 159 in both directions from Blue Diamond Road to just east of the Red Rock National Recreation Area from January 23 through March 1 in southwest Clark County.
Health Insurance Available For Some Even After Open EnrollmentConsumers who lost their insurance coverage on December 31, 2017, because their plan is no longer being offered this year can still purchase a plan up until March 1, 2018.