Commissioner Tick Segerblom faces a relatively unknown Democratic challenger, while two Republicans go head to head in the June primary.
Shea joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal in November 2018 to cover City Hall and Clark County. He previously spent six years at the Desert Dispatch and Daily Press newspapers located in the High Desert of Southern California, where he covered politics at city, county and state levels. Shea has won three California Newspaper Publishers Association awards for his work. In 2018 he was a California Journalism Awards finalist for investigative reporting. He is an unapologetic Chicago sports fan, excluding only the White Sox.
One of four Republicans will advance beyond the June primary to square off against Democratic Commissioner Justin Jones in the November general election.
Two Republicans go head to head in the June primary, with the winner meeting Democratic Commissioner Jim Gibson and a relative unknown in the November general election.
“It seems pretty common sense that if you hire somebody, you should be able to fire somebody,” the Clark County Commissioner said.
The installation in downtown Las Vegas is a set of four brightly colored steel sculptures — a treble clef, a pair of eighth notes and a quarter note.
The city-owned Reed Whipple Cultural Center is no longer a part of the Neon Museum’s plan for growth.
The pending arrival of commercial places to consume marijuana remains clouded by many unanswered questions.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada on Monday again threatened to sue the city of Las Vegas over its proposed changes to rules that govern buskers on Fremont Street.
The public is encouraged to weigh in as the Clark County Commission on Tuesday discusses regulations for the nascent marijuana consumption lounge industry.
The proposed new regulations for street performers in downtown Las Vegas were prompted by “overwhelming evidence” that a daily lottery system is being exploited by some.
A judge ruled the voter petition was missing crucial details. The initiative’s chief proponent said it was “just a hiccup.”
Republican Adam Laxalt was targeted Monday for a “career-long attack” on the LGBTQ community, as activists urged voters to reject the U.S. Senate candidate at the polls.