Las Vegas city officials welcomed delegations from six countries to its technology-focused coworking space in downtown on Monday, a day before the official start of one of the largest consumer electronic shows in the U.S.
Plans are underway for an old-fashioned ice cream parlor and a Parisian-decorated playhouse to replace the former Beauty Bar and Don’t Tell Mama.
The Las Vegas City Council has approved a plan to facilitate the sale of the Huntridge Theater, raising hopes that the historic structure will be refurbished and reopened.
The Nevada Taxicab Authority unanimously voted Thursday to set up a six-month pilot program, set to begin Jan. 1, breaking the Las Vegas Strip into three zones.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a public-private partnership with the owner of the Safari Motel on a $440,000 renovation, expected to be completed by May 30, city documents show.
Attorney General Aaron Ford’s announcement came after multiple property management companies announced plans to alter renters’ leases.
Facebook is tightening its rules around political advertising ahead of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, acknowledging previous misuse. But it’s not clear if it will be enough to stop bad actors from abusing its system.
A planned development on federally owned land is expected to have a subdivision that will act as off-base housing for Creech and Nellis Air Force base personnel.
City of Las Vegas staff have agreed to recommend the council waive $1.9 million in civil penalties imposed on the land if a deal is reached.
In February 2018, Las Vegas officials launched a program to provide young people with job training. The results, they say, have been overwhelmingly positive.