It’s a fundraising fight to the finish for several races for city offices in the Las Vegas Valley, as candidates continue to rake in dollars before June 13 runoff elections.
The death of Tashi Brown would have been a lot more controversial if it happened five years ago.
Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Beers and challenger Steve Seroka will face off in a live debate next week on Nevada Public Radio’s “State of Nevada” program.
Las Vegas City Council Ward 6candidate Kelli Ross participated in a meet-and-greet event Wednesday night in the city’s northwest. Her opponent, Michele Fiore, did not, and her campaign manager said she never agreed to attend.
Las Vegas City Hall will house a district office for U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, under a new lease agreement the City Council approved Wednesday.
Deputy Las Vegas City Manager Scott Adams will draw a $245,000 salary when he becomes city manager in July. The City Council approved an employment agreement for Adams Wednesday.
The City Council approved Wednesday the spending plan for the fiscal year that starts July 1, described by city officials as balanced, robust and fabulous.
Visitors and locals alike will be able to catch a free ride from the Las Vegas North Premium Outlets to the Fremont East district this summer.
A bill allowing transgender people to change their names without publishing their new and original names in a newspaper was passed unanimously Tuesday by the Assembly, sending the measure to Gov. Brian Sandoval.
More than 100 people showed up at a Las Vegas City Council committee meeting to speak about a controversial set of short-term rental home regulations.