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New Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom wants to give Maryland Parkway a facelift.
The longtime state lawmaker Tick Segerblom is switching roles in January.
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.
Questions from a judge over Metro’s vice unit; the unions attacking a longtime union supporter in last week’s Clark County Commission race; and Elvis Presley’s drummer.
The primary vote is June 12.
State Sen. Tick Segerblom is running for a Clark County Commission seat that includes much of downtown Las Vegas.
Democratic State Senator and Clark County Commission candidate Tick Segerblom has said he wants to enact a one-percent sales tax increase in Clark County to bring in more money for education.
Nevada Senator Tick Segerblom is running for Clark County Commission.
The District 3 lawmaker’s office announced his candidacy Wednesday.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Sin City is getting ready to launch its latest legal vice.
As several bills related to recreational marijuana made their way out of the senate yesterday to beat the deadline, Democratic Senator Tick Segerblom said Nevada is on its way to becoming a leader in the nation’s cannabis industry.
For years, if you wanted to see a traveling art exhibit, you’d have to fly to Los Angeles or some other city. Because typically, those shows simply skipped Las Vegas.
Taxpayers will not be picking up the bill if supporters are successful in getting the Las Vegas airport renamed for the former U.S. senator.
In fewer than two months, Nevada will vote on something that, for some, might be even MORE important than the presidency.
Name: "Tick" Segerblom Office: State Senate, District 3
The Nevada State Democratic Convention became unruly this weekend with Bernie Sanders’ supporters clashing with party leaders over delegate counts and convention rules.
A licensed Nevada marijuana grower is naming one of his new potent strains after the state lawmaker he thinks helped make medical marijuana possible.
A state senator and Nevada’s secretary of state say they want to look into law changes, where needed, to keep criminals from taking advantage of Nevada’s easy corporate laws.
Former Southern Nevada Water Authority chief Pat Mulroy was recently appointed to the board of gaming giant Wynn Resorts Limited.
Governor Brian Sandoval has signed into law five measures meant to spur the opening of medical marijuana facilities around the state.
Gary Gray, the husband of Clark County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani, was killed near Mount Charleston on Thursday in a car crash, The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. He was 69.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A Nevada Democrat is proposing legislation that would raise taxes on alcohol and tobacco to help fund substance abuse programs.
A proposal introduced in the state Senate this week would permit the use of pot for ill and ailing pets.