If you’re thinking about divorce, you might not want to dillydally, depending on whether you will likely pay alimony or receive it. Starting Jan. 1, 2019, the new tax plan makes some powerful changes affecting alimony.
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority executives, directors and contractors responded to a Review-Journal investigation last year by downplaying questions about agency spending and the independence of its board and planning aggressive damage control, emails show.
The Bureau of Land Management Las Vegas Field Office is holding a public comment period on a proposal to lease roughly three acres of public land to the city of Las Vegas for a park.
Cedric Crear bested 10 other candidates in Tuesday’s special election Las Vegas City Council special election to become the first new Ward 5 representative on the council in more than a decade, earning 627 votes, according to an unofficial tally.
Las Vegas voters in the city’s Ward 5 will choose Tuesday from a field of 11 their first new City Council representative in more than a decade.
Spreading the office’s specialized prosecution team across 10 courtrooms means they will have a harder time providing support to frightened victims who may leave court before testifying, according to spokeswoman Audrie Locke.
The company seeking to develop the Badlands golf course is suing Las Vegas in District Court, alleging the city delayed a decision on the plans to first adopt an ordinance that will “severely delay and ultimately prevent development of the property.”
Demanding changes in the nation’s gun laws, as many as 500,000 students, parents and survivors of mass shootings are poised to rally in the nation’s capital Saturday.
Eight of the candidates vying to serve out the remainder of Ricki Barlow’s term on the Las Vegas City Council weighed in on how they would do so in light of their predecessor’s misdeeds.