Repeat offenders could be evicted from their homes, according to the new Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority policy approved Thursday and slated to take effect in August.
Michael Scott Davidson sits through government meetings so you don’t have to. The University of Florida graduate began covering Clark County in August 2016. He’s since expanded the beat to include Nevada’s affordable housing shortage and Las Vegas city government.
Half of that money will be earmarked for public safety, including the Metropolitan Police Department and jail operations. Metro would receive $3.8 million more than its expected operation costs so it can create 36 full-time and 17 part-time positions.
For the second year in a row Las Vegas has been named the worst U.S. metropolitan area at providing affordable rental housing for its poorest families, while Nevada ranked last among states for the fourth year running.
Today begins Sunshine Week, a national initiative to promote the importance of open government and freedom of information, and the Review-Journal is publishing several stories about the importance of government transparency.
Preparing for an uptick in major Las Vegas Strip construction projects, the Clark County Fire Department is restoring a special unit with expertise in rescuing people at high altitudes, underneath structure collapses and in other high-risk situations.
The Clark County Commission on Tuesday punted three scheduled votes that would have loosened local alcohol laws and reduced development fees.
Alcohol laws, development fees and grant monies to help the homeless are all on the Clark County Commission’s agenda for its regular meeting Tuesday.
Spencer Gifts is invoking the U.S. Constitution so it can continue selling sex toys in Sin City malls.
Residents of Sunrise Manor and Whitney are gauging interest in incorporating the adjacent townships into a single city.
The Clark County Commission has authority to seek North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason’s ouster from office, according to an opinion issued this month by Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
Arnold Stalk, founder of the Veterans Village housing complex in downtown Las Vegas, plans to start building 10 more of the shipping container homes on Monday.