Three Las Vegas City Council members discussed stricter regulations for short term rentals in an effort to rid neighborhoods of boisterous party houses.
One man died after the motorcycle he was riding and a truck collided Monday afternoon, North Las Vegas police said. Police Department spokesman Aaron Patty said the crash happened about 3:45 p.m. near the Lake Mead Boulevard and Bruce Street intersection.
Bill Dickinson, the superintendent for Lake Mead National Recreation Area, is part of a growing movement to curb light pollution and preserve the night sky for dark-loving animals and stargazing people alike.
The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health reported receiving 370 applications for medical marijuana establishments at its Carson City office by 3 p.m. Monday, two hours before the final state deadline.
Henderson is poised to add additional land for sexually oriented businesses in a community that currently has none of them.
Nevadans for Background Checks on Monday launched a statewide campaign to gather signatures for a proposed 2016 ballot initiative to expand required background checks to all gun sales in Nevada, with certain exceptions.
Las Vegas police asked for the public’s help Monday in identifying a man they say robbed a bank.
The city of North Las Vegas is in the early stages of its first redistricting effort in more than a decade, one that, if approved, would push hundreds of Republican voters out of the ward represented by the city’s sole conservative City Council member.
A man was fatally stabbed following an unknown dispute in the eastern valley Sunday night, Las Vegas police said.
Natasha Galenn Jackson, the woman accused in a string of Las Vegas home invasions that turned deadly, smiled in court as she pleaded not guilty to eight felony counts Monday.