For the better part of a decade, Las Vegas Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian has wanted new rules governing short-term residential rentals in the city.
Rafael Lopez was brought to the U.S. from Mexico as a child, graduated from UNLV, works in a job he loves and also owns a car. None of these accomplishments would have been possible without the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, he said.
North Las Vegas resident later worked as tireless veterans advocate and helped shape “stolen valor” laws aimed at war hero pretenders.
Gift shops around the valley peddle almost every kind of merchandise imaginable with “Las Vegas” splashed across it, but starting next week a new store will start selling city-sanctioned swag.
Tomi Lahren has news for the haters. Although her show on The Blaze was canceled this year after she defended abortion rights, the 24-year-old UNLV graduate and high-profile political provocateur is far from finished in the conservative media sphere.
A pared-down but still contentious plan to develop the shuttered Badlands golf course will be heard next week by the Las Vegas City Council, the third time in seven months the panel has mulled a large-scale residential proposal for the 250-acre property.
Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore will return to public office after pulling out a narrow victory over Kelli Ross in the Ward 6 City Council race.
The Las Vegas City Council will have a decidedly different look for the next four years, as Steve Seroka triumphed in his challenge to defeat Councilman Bob Beers in Ward 2.
A longtime prosecutor won a seat on the Las Vegas Municipal Court on Tuesday, knocking off the incumbent after a race that turned unusual and contentious just days before the election, according to unofficial results.