Former state Sen. Allison Copening is in grave condition after suffering a “cardiac event” on Jan. 5, according to a Saturday post to her Facebook page attributed to her sister, Gina Gallus.
Hundreds of people marched through downtown Las Vegas on Saturday as part of the Empowering Women March 2020.
The Clark County teachers union unveiled a second voter initiative Wednesday afternoon that would hike a portion of the state’s sales tax, raising more than $1 billion for education in Nevada.
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.
From autonomous vehicles to pedestrian safety, “there’s so many different things” that Las Vegas officials are looking forward to when CES 2020 starts Tuesday.
The federal ban on fruit and mint flavored e-cigarette cartridges announced on Thursday exempts most of the products Nevada’s vape shops sell, an industry spokesman said.
Volunteers are needed to help count unsheltered homeless individuals in the Las Vegas Valley on Jan. 29 for the 2020 Southern Nevada Homeless Census.
Are you prepared to take the 2020 Census? Here are tips for participating in the headcount online, by mail and over the phone. And census takers are still needed.
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.