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Clark County will recount votes next week in the Democratic primary for the Clark County Commission District E seat.
The recount comes at the request and expense of candidate Marco Hernandez.
The Clark County Commission chamber was not a happy place for many who attended Tuesday.
Clark County Commissioners is expected to vote Tuesday on a resolution addressing nearly 39,000 acres of federal land.
The resolution would ask Congress to redesignate how the land along Interstate 15 in the southern part of the Las Vegas Valley can be used.
Clark County officials have deleted an agenda item regarding a parade to celebrate the Golden Knights’ inaugural season.
The Clark County Commission deferred a decision this week on what to do with the nonprofit Westcare, a community behavioral health and human services triage center in Las Vegas.
The center has been funded since 2002 through a partnership between state, local government, and hospitals.
The Clark County Commission is weighing a plan to modify regulations on new recreational marijuana dispensaries.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Southern Nevada officials have agreed to host a meeting to discuss the creation of a new city in the Las Vegas area.
Clark County commissioners voted this week to outlaw the feeding of feral pigeons in an effort to control the birds' population.
Feeding the birds is considered a public nuisance and can now lead to a fine of up to $1,000 and even six months in jail.
Nevada Senator Tick Segerblom is running for Clark County Commission.
The District 3 lawmaker’s office announced his candidacy Wednesday.
Clark County Commissioners approved a plan by ex-NBA player Jackie Robinson to expand an arena and hotel project on the north Strip.
The site has so far been excavated but not built upon.
Eventually, the plans call for an arena, two hotel towers, a movie theater and retail space.
Nevada is known for embracing the vices that a lot of other states stay away from.
Parks in Southern Nevada can soon expect to see some upgrades, thanks to commissioners approving more than $77 million for improvement projects Tuesday.
Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow sent her letter of resignation to Gov. Brian Sandoval Tuesday, according to the Las Vegas Sun.
A former Democratic state senator has announced he is running for the Clark County Commission.
Despite concerns about whether the federal government will reimburse the money, the Clark County Commission is proceeding with $25 million in public projects.
Evictions used to be a rare occurrence, but that's changing in Clark County.
The Clark County Commission appointed a new state senator Tuesday.
Yvanna Cancela, a former political director for the Culinary Union and the current executive director of the Citizenship Project, was appointed to fill the seat in District 10 vacated by Ruben Kihuen.
The Clark County Commission will vote on a development plan that could bring 5,000 new homes to Red Rock Canyon. The vote was planned for Dec. 7 but has been postponed.
The long march to a potential NFL stadium in Las Vegas took another step forward today thanks to the Clark County Commission.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Gov. Brian Sandoval is signing a bill into law that clears the way for a Las Vegas stadium that could be home to both UNLV football and the Raiders.
The Clark County Commission has appointed two new members to the Nevada State Assembly to fill vacancies.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Two people who could decide the fate of a Las Vegas NFL stadium deal will be appointed to the Nevada Legislature.
The slate of potential new members of the Nevada Assembly from Clark County has been announced.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — County commissioners are set to meet next week to fill vacancies in the Legislature before an expected special session.
County commissioners who must fill vacancies in the Legislature as a stadium plan hangs in the balance are postponing that task amid concerns that they'd violate the Nevada Open Meeting Law.