The tallest building in Symphony Park by 2024 could be a residential tower stretching to 18 stories.
Activists gathered on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to protest the two controversial city policies that ban camping downtown when there are beds available and during street cleaning hours.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday narrowly repealed controversial rules governing the redevelopment of open spaces and vacant golf courses.
Citing a series of violent incidents that have occurred at the downtown business, the Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday shut down the Fremont East nightclub 512 despite ownership claims that positive changes have been made.
Las Vegas policymakers on Wednesday expanded a controversial ban on camping and sleeping in public to include hours when public sidewalks are being cleaned.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday will discuss expanding on a controversial camping and sleeping ban to include hours when public sidewalks are being cleaned.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman promoted major economic development victories in the city and said that she acted quickly following the December fire that killed six people at an apartment complex downtown.
A breach of the city of Las Vegas’ computer network did not appear to cause any harm, a spokesman said Wednesday, crediting the city’s fast action to avoid “what had the potential to be a devastating situation.”
The city of Las Vegas’ computer network was breached early Tuesday morning, city spokesman David Riggleman said.
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.