This week, commissioners and council members will consider approving an interlocal agreement that would revive expired municipal annexation rules in northwest Las Vegas, where about 4,000 acres of county land exist in unincorporated “islands” located within the city’s outer boundaries.
Clark County could become the state’s first to ban the retail sale of commercially bred dogs and cats if commissioners favor a new law proposed by Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani.
With the snip of a red ribbon by a giant pair of scissors, Arnold Stalk and elected officials and dignitaries opened a second Veterans Village housing complex in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Bus riders can enter a social media contest from now through the end of Christmas Day for a chance to win six months of free rides, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada announced Wednesday.
Taxi ridership continued a steep decline across Clark County, largely due to ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft cutting into a large share of the business, according to figures released this month.
Clark County is suing an environmental advocacy group that wants to halt plans to build some 5,000 homes on 2,010 acres atop Blue Diamond Hill.
Partnership between FirstMed Health and Wellness and Hope for Prisoners aims to ease the burdens associated with re-entry to society and lower offenders’ odds of landing back behind bars.
The air quality in a Spring Valley neighborhood frequently downwind of a nearby asphalt mixing plant “very likely” violates the Environmental Protection Agency’s annual standard, according to a local expert.
With booming engines and airplanes galore, the North Las Vegas Airport celebrated its 75th birthday a few days late Saturday, welcoming aviation enthusiasts to an open house event.
Owners of popular but politically challenged zoo looking for new homes for menagerie of exotic animals by month’s end.