City Manager Scott Adams anticipated that issues between private parties could be resolved soon enough to potentially bring agreements to the council within 30 days.
The project proposed by Zappos is still in the early stages, a company spokeswoman said, prompting the Las Vegas City Council to remove a lease deal from the agenda.
The Clark County School District is investigating a report that a game of “Duck, Duck, Goose” that featured “racial implications” was played at an elementary school.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider leasing downtown land to Zappos for a special events facility and public tavern, with an eye-catching centerpiece.
Family to Family Connection serves as a birthday party room for kids experiencing housing insecurity, a play area for babies and toddlers and a classroom for all ages.
“It’s the most consistent day,” county Clerk Lynn Goya said. “When it falls on a weekend, it’s a great time for us.”
After years of delay and disagreement over the future of the Las Vegas Academy of Arts campus, momentum is building to fund long-sought repairs to its historic buildings.
UNLV’s acting President Marta Meana will not apply to stay in the role permanently, she said in a message to faculty, staff and students Monday morning.
Kerry Larnerd, previously the district’s director of Career and Technical Education, follows the ouster of Antonio Rael after complaints by parents.
Nevada’s two public universities have both been recognized with the Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement for the first time.