A $5 million federal grant will help pay for the expansion of two North Las Vegas parks.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee took the oath of office Wednesday night at City Hall.
After allowing the constable of North Las Vegas to serve for more than two years without the required state certification, Clark County commissioners had an opportunity to end his term Wednesday.
Northwest valley resident Sydney Knott was honored in June by a leading animal company for her community service through her nonprofit organization Horses4Heroes. Knott was selected out of four finalists to receive the Equine Industry Vision Award. She received a crystal trophy by Zoetis in partnership with American Horse Publications at a conference in Scottsdale, Arizona.
A court in Shanghai froze $182 million in assets tied to Jia Yueting after one of its affiliates missed loan payments, Faraday Future confirmed on Wednesday.
At the first sight of fireworks, children swimming in the Red Rock Resort pool pointed to the sky. Color exploded through the air, reflecting in windows. The Fourth of July fireworks show had begun.
When Kristin Richards noticed her 7-year-old, Aidan, was struggling with reading, she looked to her neighborhood library for help.
Katty Saldana, 20, remembers her mother, Maria Gonzalez, cooking enchiladas, tacos and other Mexican dishes in their east valley home. Since 2006, those family recipes have been used at their four Las Vegas Valley restaurants known as El Nopal Mexican Grill.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee will be sworn in Wednesday for a second term, armed with plans to stabilize the city’s finances and oversee the completion of several projects he started before leaving office.
As Clark County commissioners weigh whether to unseat North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason and move toward abolishing his office entirely, the city’s leaders indicate they’re not wedded to the idea of keeping a local constabulary.