The resolution follows a similar one adopted by the Clark County Commission in April.
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 extended launch ramps are the latest visible sign of the toll a two-decade drought has taken on the Colorado River.
Detectives in North Las Vegas are investigating a Saturday night shooting that killed a man.
The leak at a chemical production plant was the second major event in the area in a three-year span. It forced evacuations and sent hundreds to seek medical evaluation.
Lake Mead is still expected to experience its first federally declared water shortage next year, a recently released federal study shows.
The analysis found improvement in the number of high-pollution days in Nevada, one official said. But Clark County said it disagrees with the report’s grading system.
Under the new agreement, the development will withdraw a lawsuit that it filed against the city this month.
Evan Belshe, 26, died in a car crash on Lake Mead Boulevard on April 14. His mother said his sense of humor blossomed in a serious situation.
The lawsuit, filed last week, accuses Henderson of trying to “strong-arm” the developer into agreeing to new contract terms that benefit the city.
The federal program aims to ease the financial strain of deaths due to COVID-19.
Shrinking water levels could affect a number of boat launch areas as soon as next month, the National Park Service said.
The updated numbers from the state health department brought Nevada’s cumulative case total to 308,024. The death toll in the state remains at 5,332.
The program is being offered to North Las Vegas residents via the Lyft rideshare service. Verification of a vaccine appointment is required.
A group of library workers in North Las Vegas quickly shifted job duties to help the city and region respond to the public health crisis.