After trailing for most of the night, former Assemblywoman Olivia Diaz eked out a victory over Melissa Clary in Las Vegas’s Ward 3. Meanwhile, consultant Brian Knudsen won the contest to succeed incumbent Lois Tarkanian in Ward 1.
Former Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman won a special election to replace resigned Councilman Steve Seroka in Ward 2 on Tuesday.
The National Atomic Testing Museum hopes to use a $1 million matching grant from the state to move to a larger space in downtown Las Vegas.
Municipal elections will bring new council members to the cities of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Boulder City, while also answering ballot questions in Boulder City.
Candidates for Las Vegas City Council sought support for their bids from unions, businesses, elected officials and individuals, with varying degrees of success.
The union and a company linked to the controversial proposed Badlands golf course development have contributed money to help former Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman get elected, but she says she’s running an independent campaign.
In February 2018, Las Vegas officials launched a program to provide young people with job training. The results, they say, have been overwhelmingly positive.
The owner of the Golden Knights has a strong desire to bring a Major League Soccer expansion team to Las Vegas and house it as a tenant in the new Raiders stadium.
The Las Vegas City Council announced negotiations for a major-league soccer stadium near downtown, but the idea faces competition from the man who brought the Golden Knights to town.
The stretch of road between the D Street connector and McWilliams Avenue will be closed. New median islands, a decorative fence and stone entry signs to be added.
Court records shed new light on the criminal case against former City Councilman Ricki Barlow and raise the level of concern about his lobbying at City Hall.
Las Vegas is eyeing a new soccer stadium near downtown. Five cities with MLS teams have opened stadiums in recent years at costs between $100 million and $400 million.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider a deal next week to build a soccer stadium on the site of Cashman Field to house a Major League Soccer expansion franchise.
A city-created nonprofit corporation will receive $45 million in tax credits that it will use to persuade developers to build projects in low-income areas, including parts of downtown Las Vegas.
Brian Knudsen and Robin Munier, two veterans of Las Vegas City Hall, are facing off to replace the term-limited Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian.