Sherman Avery Ray is jumping in to the race for the Las Vegas’ Ward 1 City Council seat.
Armed with signs, shouting chants, dressed in white and carrying water to handle the summer heat, a few hundred people gathered in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning to protest the Trump administration’s family separation and detention policy.
Despite recreational marijuana use being legal for more than a year in Nevada, Las Vegas’ roughly 42 million annual visitors don’t have many options for where they can use the pot they buy in local dispensaries. State law bans public consumption, and casinos and hotels don’t allow people to consume cannabis on their properties.
The Las Vegas City Council authorized Wednesday up to $200,000 to hire outside attorneys to defend the city in multiple lawsuits filed over rejected plans to develop the Badlands golf course.
New rules for Las Vegas pet shops would give the city more teeth to enforce where the animals sold in the city are coming from.
Particularly after his son spent a month at University Medical Center last year, Knudsen began to see an integrated health care model for children as “absolutely critical,” and he calls it a “dream” for a new children’s hospital to be built in the medical district.
A hearing master appeared to earn a seat on the Las Vegas Justice Court on Tuesday, while a prosecutor and a former Nevada regent were expected to square off for second open spot on the bench in a general election, according to Tuesday’s initial primary results.
The Nevada attorney general’s office is investigating a claim that a scammer stole land in Las Vegas by filing false business documents with the Nevada secretary of state’s office.
A former Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority executive hid the purchase of $90,000 in Southwest Airlines gift cards in records at the agency, an audit report shows.
Las Vegas city officials see a new downtown revitalization effort as so all-encompassing, they’ve dubbed it Project Enchilada.