Circus Couture designers talk about their love for fashion as they display their work. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Since 2015, developer EHB Cos. has tried to construct residences on the defunct Badlands golf course near Summerlin. Neighbors in the Queensridge community have fought those efforts, worried about high density and diminishing property values. The contention has ensnared the city of Las Vegas, which has been accused by the developer in courts of delaying applications, taking private property and bias. The dispute has cost city taxpayers nearly $1 million so far, and another $1 million has been allotted to fight several lawsuits. Now the city plans to file a legal brief in a Nevada Supreme Court case, agreeing with the developer that a judge’s ruling to invalidate a condominium project on the golf course was flawed. The move is conditioned on EHB Cos. coming to the negotiating table as the city seeks a resolution to ongoing litigation. City Attorney Brad Jerbic says the company has agreed. He insists neighbors will be involved in talks. But Frank Schreck, a gaming attorney, and Queensridge resident worries that revived conversation will exclude neighbors and lead to a backroom deal between the city and the developer.
Set amongst the stunning backdrop of Mount Charleston peak, Amanda and Nick Toor’s mountain retreat is an incomparable escape. Their cabin, Nick explains, provides the rare opportunity to be nestled amongst the pine trees while being close to Las Vegas, capturing a true sense of tranquility.
Construction crews recently completed its 80,000-square-foot basement as well as Level 1 of the MSG Sphere. Review-Journal studio host Aaron Drawhorn and business reporter Rick Velotta go over the latest construction updates and video of the Sphere.
A vigil was held Friday night for a 6-year-old boy who perished in a house fire in Las Vegas. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
ERICK SILVA WAS KILLED PROTECTING OTHER DURING THE MASS SHOOTING AT THE ROUTE 91 FESTIVAL.
HE IS BEING REMEMBERED TODAY AND A PLAGUE WAS PRESENTED IN HIS HONOR AT THE EAST COMMUNITY CENTER
The World War II-era B-17G Flying Fortress bomber nicknamed the “Nine-O-Nine,” which was part of the Wings of Freedom tour that visited Henderson, Nevada in April 2019, crashed Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019 at Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport killing seven of the thirteen onboard.
Miracle Flights CEO Mark Brown says he’s cleaned up the organization’s past and is expanding operations to include veterans in need of specialized medical care anywhere in the United States, for free.