Four top city executives have applied to become the next Las Vegas city manager, seeking to take over for Scott Adams as top administrator when he retires in November.
The talks with prosecutors could allow the former Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority CEO to plead guilty to lesser charges, according to a source.
After the closure of the $8 million ISO-Q complex at Cashman Field, Clark County and the city of Las Vegas are trying new strategies to protect the homeless from COVID-19.
Las Vegas Fire Chief William McDonald, who recently announced he will resign in August, has accepted the same position in Alameda County in Northern California.
The Las Vegas ISO-Q Complex, an isolation and quarantine center built for individuals experiencing homelessness, officially closed on Tuesday after serving 245 people since it opened April 13.
All branches of the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District have reinstated the use of study rooms, computers and Wi-Fi, bookshelf browsing and some adult education courses.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore left City Hall council chambers Wednesday after coming under fire for previous comments she has made.
About 100 people stood outside Las Vegas City Hall on Wednesday morning, with NAACP demonstrators calling out what they said was the “reckless behavior” of council members.
Las Vegas police repeatedly tried to make a chronic nuisance case against the Alpine Motel before a fatal fire in 2019, but city officials said the apartments didn’t meet the standards.
Las Vegas Senior Assistant City Attorney Bryan Scott will officially become the city’s top prosecutor in two weeks, replacing Brad Jerbic.