Nevada’s COVID-19 Mitigation and Management Task Force members are concerned that Fremont Street Experience’s plans for New Year’s Eve could lead to a surge in positive cases.
Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez ruled against the petition “because the election was not prevented,” despite arguments otherwise by Anthony’s campaign, the court filing shows.
Councilman Cedric Crear, who posted on social media about Lurie’s passing, said he was informed by Lurie’s son that Lurie died Tuesday night.
The city of Las Vegas appointed Jeff Buchanan as its new fire chief and Louis Molina as its new public safety chief on Wednesday.
Jorge Cervantes assumed his new role in November after appointment by the Las Vegas City Council.
The Las Vegas Planning Commission gave Main Street Investments II, LLC, the green light this week to move forward with its tentatively named Urban Food Lot.
After years of grand visions, close calls and setbacks for the historic Moulin Rouge, the site near downtown Las Vegas has an official buyer.
The long-term goal is to launch the network across the city “to provide everyone an opportunity to digitally access educational opportunities,” the city said.
Victoria Seaman said Monday she was doing “much better” and remained in self-quarantine at home.
The city visited more than 2,000 businesses to ensure compliance with public health guidelines.