Juneteenth is now a state holiday in Nevada, which is joining a growing number of states including Texas, New York, Virginia and Washington that honor the day when the last enslaved people in the United States learned they were free.
The Oakland A’s gave Nevada lawmakers a traffic study proposing solutions to slowdowns around the proposed ballpark on the Las Vegas Strip, but no recommendations or funds have actually been approved by Clark County leaders.
A Nevada judge on Thursday scheduled a murder trial for next year for a woman who has spent more than seven years in state psychiatric care after she was accused of intentionally plowing a car into pedestrians, killing one, on the Las Vegas Strip.
A former apartment building owner pleaded not guilty Thursday to 27 felony involuntary manslaughter and negligence charges stemming from a fire that killed six people and injured 13 in December 2019 and became the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas history.
The company that owns the MSG Sphere set to open in September is being sued by construction groups who claim they are owed millions of dollars, according to court records filed in the Eighth Judicial District Court of Nevada.
The Oakland Athletics’ search for a new home drew Nevada lawmakers into a special legislative session Wednesday to weigh whether the state should cover $380 million of the $1.5 billion stadium planned for the Las Vegas Strip.
A Culture and Climate Review report presented by an independent third party following an evaluation of Clark County School District said that the school Board of Trustees and district leaders need to “move policies and practices to the next level.”
The personal-finance website WalletHub released its latest Credit Card Debt Study and found that in the first quarter of 2023, the year-over-year rise in credit card debt in Henderson was in the top ten highest in the nation.
Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford announced that Nevada will receive approximately $193 million from Teva Pharmaceuticals after the company agreed to a settlement regarding its role in the opioid epidemic.
The Nevada Legislature is set to convene Wednesday for a special legislative session to consider whether to provide $380 million in public financing for a $1.5 billion stadium that would host the Oakland Athletics on the Las Vegas Strip.