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.
A city-county partnership plans to bring a $3.5 million project, dubbed the Historic Westside Leaders Park, to land near the southwest corner of Martin Luther King Jr. and Lake Mead boulevards.
Private sector contributions to the city of Las Vegas’ homeless Courtyard significantly slowed this year through the city fund set up for philanthropic investors, records show.
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.
Special prosecutors, who were trying to show that Justice of the Peace Melanie Andress-Tobiasson is a threat to the public, asked about the appropriateness of the sweater.
The Fremont East nightclub 512 is under scrutiny from Las Vegas city officials for a series of alleged violent incidents that have occurred at the downtown business.
When cleaning is in effect, it would be a misdemeanor crime to camp, sleep, lie, sit or otherwise obstruct city efforts to sanitize the sidewalks, under a new proposal.
Las Vegas becomes the latest valley jurisdiction to ban imitation guns in a state where it is legal to carry the real deal unconcealed.
The city-drawn enforcement border has raised questions about whether it will merely shift the crisis to other parts of town.