The city of Las Vegas completed initial code enforcement inspections at the nearly three dozen Las Vegas properties similar to the Alpine Motel.
- >> News
- >> Politics and Government
The City Council gave the green light to sell almost 6 acres in Symphony Park to a developer who plans to build a mixed-use project with residential and commercial space.
A murder trial for former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, who is accused of killing RJ investigative reporter Jeff German, has been postponed until November.
The Metropolitan Police Department agreed to settle two lawsuits involving a jail inmate’s death and a woman who alleged assault and battery.
Melanie Tobiasson, a 55-year-old former justice of the peace, died by suicide Friday. She had resigned in 2021 after facing ethics charges.
The recent installation of shipping containers is part of an effort by the city of Las Vegas to address food insecurity in the neighborhood.
A complaint filed with local, state and federal authorities calls for Michele Fiore’s final votes as a councilwoman to “be voided and done over.”
A modest-sized crowd gathered at City Hall Thursday for the ninth annual African American Trailblazer Service Awards, where they showered the five award recipients with praise.
The civic plaza, which will include offices and green space, will cost $165 million and sprawl across an entire city block across the street from City Hall.
Before becoming governor, Clark County’s former Sheriff Joe Lombardo said nonlethal weapons will never replace deadly ones.
“I can assure you I’m more excited than ever before about our future,” Mayor Carolyn Goodman said during her state of the city speech Thursday evening.
The city of Las Vegas does not plan to “rescind or reconsider” former Councilwoman Michele Fiore’s final city council votes, according to City Attorney Bryan Scott.
The announcement came a week after a candidate passed on for Fiore last month, filed a complaint with the county and Attorney General Aaron Ford’s office.
Former U.S. Rep. Shelley Berkley, D-Nev., wants to be the next mayor of Las Vegas.
Chad Williams, the controversial ex-director of Southern Nevada’s housing authority, is accused of punching a sleeping woman, and then kicking her in the ribs and face.