“It’s the most consistent day,” county Clerk Lynn Goya said. “When it falls on a weekend, it’s a great time for us.”
Employees began to notice issues with the district’s new Human Capital Management System in early January, when checks for teachers, substitutes and staff arrived with errors.
Eleven people died of the flu in Clark County during the last week in January, bringing the seasonal total to 24, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
The Metropolitan Police Department Citizen Review Board has been without a full-time director since mid-July when its executive director went on medical leave.
Homeless shelters that accept funding from Clark County to provide emergency beds for the homeless will no longer be able to turn away people who show up drunk or high.
A Clark County employee claims he was subjected to discrimination as a black Muslim and then retaliated against for complaining about the hostile work environment.
David McKinnis, who joined the district in April 2019, announced Monday that he is leaving the district effective Friday due to personal family reasons.
Indian Springs High School teacher Alexis Salt will challenge School Board President Lola Brooks and Realtor Tiger Helgelien for the Summerlin-area District E seat.
The wireless telecommunications industry is wrestling with Clark County and other municipalities over the costs of small cell sites.
Environmental advocates in Nevada want U.S. lawmakers to fully fund a decades-old program that has contributed more than $100 million to outdoor preservation projects in the state since its inception.
A new mobile app allowed volunteers to pinpoint the location of homeless people as they counted and administer a survey on the spot to those willing to answer a few questions.
Business owner Chris Shank is planning to run for the Clark County School District Board, targeting the northeast-area District B seat currently held by Trustee Chris Garvey.
Homeless people booked into Clark County and Las Vegas jails represented between 6 percent and 15 percent of the total inmate population last year, officials said Thursday.
Clark is one of three counties in Nevada recognized in the top five, according to the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.