Just five days before Election Day, nine local business groups voiced their support for a county ballot measure that would require motorists to pay more at the pump over the next decade to help cover the cost of roughly $3 billion in new transportation projects.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton campaigned Wednesday in Las Vegas with the hope of spurring Democrats to early vote. And based off Wednesday’s early voting numbers, her efforts were not in vain.
A divided North Las Vegas City Council voted 3-2 Wednesday night to approve a new Jack-in-the Box restaurant with a 24-hour drive-thru window that will be built in the Aliante master-planned community, despite a drawn-out protest from nearby residents.
A newly created bus route and service changes to 27 other routes will go in effect Sunday, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada said.
Landscape irrigation is now limited to one assigned day per week through Feb. 28.
The Clark County zoning commission has recessed discussion about a use permit application for a planned Las Vegas Monorail expansion until their Nov. 16 zoning meeting.
A national campaign from the Center for American Progress has unveiled a nine-step strategy that states such as Nevada can use to address dire teacher shortages under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act.
The Nature Conservancy, Bureau of Land Management, developers of Summerlin and others were honored Wednesday for their work to preserve the desert near the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
The Henderson City Council has approved an interlocal agreement between the city’s police department and the College of Southern Nevada to provide mutual aid assistance for five years.
Clark County commissioners, spurred by the Nevada Legislature’s approval of a plan for a stadium that could house Oakland Raiders, gave their unanimous approval Tuesday for the Las Vegas Monorail Co. to extend its route from MGM Grand to Mandalay Bay.