Clark Avenue will be closed between Main and First streets in downtown Las Vegas from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday while Las Vegas hosts the Destination Dell mobile tour bus.
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Peggy Kearns, director of the Veteran Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare System, says her staff is cutting appointment wait times despite a fast-growing caseload.
Air Force’s daring exhibition team opens new wing detailing its 74-year history in its hangar at Nellis Air Force Base.
Concerns from the labor community about how a new city of Las Vegas waste and recycling ordinance would affect local workers prompted the City Council to wait seven weeks to weigh in on a comprehensive update of the city’s waste and recycling regulations.
The city of Las Vegas wants more flexibility in how it uses some revenue generated by redevelopment districts to include other educational purposes other than improving existing facilities.
A number of homeowners in a Las Vegas neighborhood may soon see their property values drop.
The Service Training Education and Preparation for Veterans Act would align Labor Department grants for community colleges with local veteran labor markets.
Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Susan Roger will retain her seat because no challengers emerged for the spring municipal elections.
Seventeen authors will be on hand to sign their works on Sunday at the Leatherneck Club in Las Vegas.
Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada, recently named chairman of the Senate Finance Subcommittee for Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure, called the highway a critical project.
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