A small group of Henderson residents gathered Friday to start gathering signatures on a petition to get the arena project on the ballot in November.
Blake Apgar joined the Review-Journal as a general assignment reporter in January 2017 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. He interned at the Review-Journal in the summer of 2016, and now covers North Las Vegas and Henderson government. He was raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority board voted unanimously Thursday to pull water rights applications associated with a controversial, multibillion-dollar pipeline plan.
The North Las Vegas City Council unanimously approved a budget Wednesday that assumes unions will agree to cuts that will save the city money.
The Henderson City Council unanimously approved a budget that includes a property tax increase and the transfer of up to $19 million from an emergency reserve fund.
The Henderson City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to approve a minor league hockey arena that will replace the Henderson Pavilion. Construction is slated to begin by August.
Paperwork filed with the Henderson city clerk’s office Monday kicks off an initiative petition to amend the city charter to prohibit funding a controversial arena project on the site of the Henderson pavilion.
Testing will be available in the Fiesta Henderson parking garage Tuesday and Wednesday. Tests are appointment-only and may be given to people not experiencing symptoms.
The race to represent the Republican side of the ticket for Assembly District 5 in November is being run by Mack Miller, Mitchell Tracy and Retha Randolph.
Cameron “C.H.” Miller and John Stephens III are competing to replace Assemblywoman Dina Neal, who is seeking a state Senate seat this year.
Four Democratic candidates will square off in the June mail-in primary to earn a spot on the general election ballot in November. A Republican is running unopposed.
Voters will choose between a teacher, an arborist, a nonprofit program coordinator and a community relations professional in the June 9 Democratic primary in Assembly District 18.
LaTesha Watson, who was fired last year from her job as Henderson’s police chief, will take on a new public safety oversight role in California.
A controversial proposed hockey arena that would replace the existing Henderson Pavilion and become home to a future American Hockey League affiliate of the Vegas Golden Knights would cost $80 million to build.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit that former Henderson police Chief Patrick Moers filed in 2018.
Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson is hosting a virtual town hall Monday with health officials to discuss the county’s response to COVID-19.