There were 8,402 ballots cast for the April 4 primary, accounting for 7.73 percent of voters registered in North Las Vegas.
Councilman Stavros Anthony and Municipal Court Judge Susan Roger were sworn into office during Wednesday’s Las Vegas City Council meeting.
While North Korea has long claimed to have the ability to strike the U.S. mainland with its missiles, Western military experts have mostly scoffed. They aren’t anymore.
Downtown Las Vegas could soon get 370 more loft-style apartments, which city officials have long called a critical need in the urban core.
Las Vegas city officials will negotiate with a United Soccer League team to use the existing baseball field at Cashman Center, which the city will soon own.
State wildlife officials to test carcass recovered at one of the ponds at Veterans Memorial Park to confirm whether it is in fact the flesh-eating predator from South America.
Las Vegas city officials are eyeing sweeping changes to medical marijuana regulations that would relax the rules and more closely align the city with Clark County.
It takes a great deal of infrastructure, energy and engineering to get drinking and bathing water through 6,500 miles of pipelines and dozens of reservoirs to the farthest reaches of the Las Vegas Valley’s water system.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday certified last week’s primary election results, which makes them official.
The Department of Energy’s Yucca Mountain program was defunded and dismantled under President Barack Obama, leaving only a handful of scientists from the hundreds who once worked on the project.