The city’s municipal court announced Wednesday that hearings scheduled from Nov. 30 to Dec. 31 will be pushed back five weeks.
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 package includes a plan to get water to and from a part of the region that North Las Vegas considers a key to economic vitality.
The Henderson City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to enact stricter regulations for short-term vacation rentals.
In a letter to city officials on behalf of short-term rental proponents, an attorney threatened to sue Henderson if it adopts stricter regulations of the properties.
Lennar’s concept for part of the Black Mountain Golf and Country Club site features big lots and fewer homes than the city’s cap.
North Las Vegas will close its City Hall for two weeks in response to a surge in COVID-19 cases in the state.
The Henderson City Council is scheduled to consider stricter regulations on short-term vacation rentals, including a distance requirement for newly registered properties.
More than 82,000 Clark County residents cast ballots on Election Day with mostly manageable lines and few problems, but a technology issue early in the day forced 30 voting locations to extend polling hours.
Agustin Valencia tested positive for COVID-19 in September and died after several weeks in the hospital. He was 45.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal was named a finalist in two categories of a contest that highlights the best in digital media.
Peter Umoh, a design and construction administrator for Clark County, died in August after a battle with COVID-19.
Council members voted Tuesday to allow a planned development in the western part of the city to move forward.
Shorter lines were seen on the second day of voting in Clark County, but voters still turned out in robust numbers with some 17,000 casting ballots as of 3 p.m. Sunday,
In addition to federal authorities fielding election complaints, Nevadans also will be able to report problems by calling a hotline operated by a coalition called Let Nevadans Vote.