Several thousand teachers and supporters rallied in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday, calling for action from legislators and expressing frustration and anger at the state’s inability to properly fund education — or even talk about it.
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang met with members of the community on Tuesday, including parents of black Arbor View high school students targeted by racist threats on social media.
For nearly a year, some residents of an affluent community have urged Las Vegas officials to shut off outside access to a road cutting through the middle of their neighborhood as they worried about crime.
The Clark County Commission Wednesday rejected a developer’s request to approve a preliminary plan for 3,000 homes overlooking Red Rock Canyon before a federal agency grants permission for a roadway leading to the site.
Instead of approving a bill to increase taxes and fees to pay for homeless services in Clark County, the Legislature last week amended it to require the county and its municipalities to work together for a solution.
It’s been nine weeks since the start of the 2019 legislative session and we’ve heard many bright ideas for improving public education. But we haven’t addressed the elephant in the room — money.
As both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are set to descend on Las Vegas this weekend, motorists should prepare for traffic restrictions associated with their visit.
Las Vegas officials have revoked the temporary liquor license for Beauty Bar on Fremont East, which shut down Monday after it was served with an eviction notice.
Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg will hold a meet-and-greet event Monday morning at a coffee shop in the western Las Vegas Valley.
On paper, the two-bedroom home is a church. But inside “Zen Temple Las Vegas” on Harmon Avenue, investigators found a dance floor, massage tables, shelves of liquor and rooms divided into a makeshift motel.