Short-term rentals that become “party houses” in neighborhoods near the Strip have been an issue on Las Vegas City Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian’s to-do list for years.
President-elect Donald Trump’s plans regarding site for high-level nuclear waste remain unclear, but his pick for energy secretary endorsed plan to temporarily store it at site in Texas during his governorship.
Sen. Harry Reid, who is retiring after a three-decade political career that saw him rise higher than any Nevada politician before him, has always been the go-to lawmaker on all things related to gaming, tourism and transportation.
Clark County commissioners will vote early next month on loaning as much as $500,000 to the Las Vegas Stadium Authority, underconditions that money is repaid promptly and spent under a watchful eye.
County commissioners will consider loaning as much as $500,000 to the stadium authority during their Tuesday meeting, commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said Friday.
Nevada will have an advocate in the American Gaming Association against any effort to revive the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository northwest of Las Vegas.
Clark County could become the state’s first to ban the retail sale of commercially bred dogs and cats if commissioners favor a new law proposed by Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani.
The Federal Reserve is raising a key interest rate for the first time in a year, reflecting a resilient U.S. economy and expectations of higher inflation. The move will mean modestly higher rates on some loans.
Taxi ridership continued a steep decline across Clark County, largely due to ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft cutting into a large share of the business, according to figures released this month.
Gov. Brian Sandoval was en route Tuesday to the north African nation of Morocco, where he will attend a three-day conference on cross-regional issues of security, migration, trade and energy, his office said.