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Clark County is now accepting applications from residents interested in representing Nevada State Assembly District 42 for the next two years.
The seat was held by Alexander Assefa, who resigned earlier this month.
Clark County has opened a third round of small business assistance grants, with up to $30,000 available per business.
Most Clark County buildings will be closed to the public beginning Tuesday.
The county put the closures in place to comply with the pause ordered by Governor Steve Sisolak on Sunday.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — County officials in Nevada have launched a new reporting tool allowing residents to make requests for service and bring attention to issues such as COVID-19 restriction violations.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada judge says he'll decide soon whether Las Vegas election officials can continue to process mail-in ballots and use a computer to verify voter signatures.
If you’ve driven down the road and all of a sud
The Clark County Commission approved a zoning ordinance Wednesday, allowing cannabis dispensaries to have drive-thru windows, effective September 3.
It applies to retail and medical marijuana businesses.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada officials said Friday they are developing plans to lower the possibility of contracting the coronavirus in six, high-risk counties that include the cities of Las Vegas and Reno.
News about the general election is inescapable, especially regarding how it might play out with COVID-19 still on the ra
The Clark County Commission passed an emergency ordinance banning housing discrimination if someone is getting rental assistance from the state because of the coronavirus.
Starting this week, most Clark County government offices will be closed on Friday as a cost-cutting measure.
A county spokesman says offices will be open Monday through Thursday with expanded hours, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
A week after Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and other state officials criticized Jesus Jara, Clark County officials sent the school board a letter supporting the superintendent.
Clark County has two new grant programs to assist small businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
COVID-19 has proven to infect people indiscriminately.
Clark County’s existing master plan was written in 1983, back when it had only 530,000 residents.
The Clark County Commission approved creating three grant programs to help small businesses impacted by the shutdown put in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Clark County Commissioners approved voluntary separation and furlough programs for Clark County, UMC, and water reclamation district employees.
Staff can get a full week of pay for every two years of employment and will be eligible for two years of health insurance coverage.
More than five dozen judges and justices of the peace are up for election in Clark County next month.
The COVID-19 testing site at the Orleans in Las Vegas will be able to provide 1,000 tests per day starting Wednesday.
The Clark County Commission adopted state rules for Phase 1 of Nevada’s COVID-19 recovery plan, without any additions.
The Nevada Hospital Association is playing hardball with state health officials over the release of daily reports detailing coronavirus activity.
The Clark County Commission discussed a draft plan to re-open businesses in Southern Nevada after the governor lifts COVID-19-related closure orders.
Director of Community and Economic Development Shawnee Coleman discussed suggested guidelines for business owners at Tuesday’s meeting.
The Clark County Commission voted unanimously to suspend prerequisites for the special business licenses granted to liquor, gaming and resort properties as the state mulls when they can re-open.
The Clark County Parks and Recreation Department is taking the party to the people.
It is holding driveway dance parties in local neighborhoods, complete with social distancing.
Clark County will have about $1 billion less in revenue over the next 16 months because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to Chief Financial Officer Jennifer Colvin.
Colvin made the announcement to the Clark County Commission on Tuesday.