A 63-room hotel will be built on a vacant 1.5-acre lot on the northeast corner of Craig Road and Bruce Street, under a plan approved 4-0 by the North Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday night.
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Nevada lawmakers will return to work Thursday as the debate and fate of a bill to help finance a domed stadium and expand the Las Vegas Convention Center moves to the Assembly, where its path to passage could be bumpy.
The two candidates running for Nevada’s open U.S. Senate seat will go head-to-head Friday in a televised debate.
Gov. Brian Sandoval took a break from Carson City politics Tuesday, opening the Nevada Governor’s Global Tourism Summit, receiving applause for his efforts in pursuing construction of a new football stadium in Las Vegas.
A study published last week in a Scandanavian medical journal suggests there could be a link between heavy marijuana usage in teens and lower IQ scores.
The Nevada Senate on Tuesday amended and passed a bill raising room taxes in Clark County to help fund a football stadium and convention center expansion in Las Vegas. The bill now moves to the Assembly.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Tuesday he is glad lawmakers are asking tough questions about the proposed stadium project and acknowledged that some critics will never be satisfied that it will be good for Nevada’s economic development efforts.
While most of the focus at the special legislative session on Monday was on the stadium and convention projects, a measure that would authorize a sales tax increase to pay for more police officers also received lengthy testimony in the Assembly.
It may soon be time for Las Vegas city dwellers to say goodbye to twice-a-week trash pickup.
Several private-sector companies in Nevada are removing a question about criminal conviction history from job applications.