|SNWA’s mandatory fall watering schedule in effect
The Southern Nevada Water Authority reminds residents and businesses that the fall watering schedule is now in effect through Oct. 31.
|Entries wanted for Nevada Day Parade in Las Vegas
In Southern Nevada, the final event to commemorate the establishment of our state will be Las Vegas’ first Nevada Day Parade in downtown along 4th Street on Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. The City of Las Vegas, in partnership with Nevada 150, is hosting the historic parade in Southern Nevada thanks to a grant by the Las Vegas Centennial Committee.
|Nursing Home Report Cards
Nursing Home Report Card is a Families for Better Care project that analyzes, compares and ranks state’s nursing home quality.
|Final sesquicentennial medallion voting ends Thursday
Nevadans only have a few more days to cast their vote for the final Sesquicentennial medallion.
|Apply for medical marijuana establishment registration certificates
The State of Nevada, Division of Public and Behavioral Health (Division), on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services is seeking applications from qualified applicants to be awarded Medical Marijuana Establishment Registration Certificates. | Medical Marijuana Establishment Registration notice (41.1KB)
|I-11, Intermountain West Corridor information
The Nevada and Arizona departments of transportation will host a series of five public meetings this month to present the range of alternatives under consideration for the Interstate 11 and Intermountain West Corridor and provide the results of the preliminary analysis.
|FBI report on Operation Cross Country VIII
Since its creation in 2003, the Innocence Lost National Initiative has resulted in the identification and recovery of approximately 3,600 children who have been sexually exploited.
|Primary final election results
Link to unofficial election results for the 2014 primaries in Nevada
|Voting in the June 10 primary election
If you are registered to vote in the Primary Election, Tuesday, June 10, you should have received a sample ballot from the Clark County Election Department.
If you cannot find your sample ballot, you can check the county’s election website to see if you are registered and to find your polling location.
|Nevada Domestic Violence Fatality Review report