The Nevada Supreme Court said Friday it will not intervene in or freeze a lawsuit filed against Las Vegas by the developer trying to build homes on the defunct Badlands golf course.
Incumbent Councilman Richard Cherchio and longtime businessman Pete Shields are squaring off on the future of development in North Las Vegas.
An amendment to a bill to regulate the marijuana industry now outlaws marijuana lounges in Nevada and even prohibits local governments from allowing them.
Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford is intervening in a Texas federal lawsuit to protect coverage for free birth control under the Affordable Care Act.
The steel posts designed to protect pedestrians on sidewalks from vehicles will be installed from West Sahara Avenue to the Welcome to Las Vegas sign beginning next week.
The southeast Las Vegas Valley municipality grew by almost 10,800 people — about 3.6 percent — between July 2017 and 2018, according to new U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
What looked like consensus over a water-rights bill a month ago has once again devolved into discord in the Nevada Legislature, where the bill may die before a Friday deadline.
Observances of Memorial Day begin Friday and continue through Monday. Here is a list of some of the memorials and celebrations planned.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority and the Las Vegas Valley Water District both OK’d budgets this week reflecting bond-funded spending on big construction projects.
Democratic presidential candidate New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker will make his third campaign trip to Las Vegas next week.