The FBI is conducting an investigation into the campaign contributions of Las Vegas City Councilman Ricki Barlow, his lawyer said Wednesday.
Clark County will charge the city of Las Vegas roughly $1 million less than it would have for each of the next four odd-year municipal elections, in exchange for the city waiving fire protection fees called for under a decades-old agreement.
Senior Airman Michael J. Buras’ name, which already graced a highway in his native Georgia, now also adorns a building at Nellis Air Force Base.
A pair of Las Vegas defense attorneys started distributing “Black Lives Matter” buttons among their colleagues nearly two months before the issue sparked controversy at the Regional Justice Center.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Wednesday said he will call a special session of the Legislature in early October to consider a package of recommendations for Clark County that include building a 65,000-seat football stadium, expanding the Las Vegas Convention Center and paying for more police officers.
Some state lawmakers are cheering the prospect of having the NFL’s Oakland Raiders take up residence in Las Vegas, but they’re on the sidelines on how a $1.9 billion stadium should be financed.
The Nevada Department of Transportation will hold a meeting Thursday to gather input about plans to improve traffic flows for the U.S. Highway 95 interchange at Charleston Boulevard.
Nevada’s largest gold miner has made significant contributions to boost wraparound services at four schools in Clark and Elko counties.
A 500-foot-long section of Cheyenne Avenue in North Las Vegas has sunk up to 2 feet in some sections, prompting the Nevada Department of Transportation to start making repairs Thursday night.
The first Las Vegas International Juried Art Competition drew 207 artists entering more than 350 individual pieces of art.