The county agreed to refund $155,000 to Paris Las Vegas, ending dispute that also involved several other Caesars Entertainment Inc. properties.
Nevada on Tuesday reported 252 new coronavirus cases and five additional deaths, state data shows.
The new numbers cover Friday through Sunday and push cumulative totals in Nevada to 327,579 cases and 5,626 deaths.
A broad swath of territory in Southern Clark County has long been important to roughly a dozen indigenous tribes, and it even includes a ranch with Hollywood connections.
One official says the new vaccine clinic on seating near the 50-yard line in the Las Vegas Raiders’ stadium offers a $50,000 view.
Financial assistance is available for Nevadans at risk of being evicted for nonpayment of rent and more money is likely on the way, officials said during a Wednesday public forum.
The Summer Acceleration program, funded by federal emergency money, is free to all Clark County students this year.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is looking toward possible arbitration to settle a dispute over its naming rights deal with the Las Vegas Ballpark.
Gypsum Resources has accused Commissioner Justin Jones of illicitly swapping political favors with then-commission Chairman Steve Sisolak to stymie its disputed housing project.
The two-week moving average of new cases held steady at 114 per day, while the state test positivity rate dropped to 3.5 percent, according to state data posted Monday.
COVID-19 vaccines were administered Saturday at the Las Vegas Ballpark.
Over the past several years, there have been several public meetings and surveys conducted to see how area stakeholders and residents envision the area developing around the $2 billion facility.
Clark County will have $440 million in federal funds to support those hardest hit by the pandemic, including renters, small businesses and low-wage workers.
With tourism still on the rebound Clark County is having to again dip into the debt reserve account to make Tuesday’s scheduled Allegiant Stadium bond payment.
Recently retired District Judge Valerie Adair, a Las Vegas native who spent nearly two decades on the bench, died this weekend at the age of 56.