Las Vegas officials may toss a local law banning pet shops from selling non-rescue animals before it takes effect in 2018.
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board members would be allowed to accept no more than $400 in gifts and one agency-sponsored trip annually under changes proposed Monday in response to a Review-Journal investigation.
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s six-member Policy Committee endorses the idea of combining the two positions, but but wants the convention authority’s board to play a role in selecting who gets the job.
Newly minted Las Vegas City Manager Scott Adams spent his first 100 days on the job touting Cashman Center and Symphony Park to developers and creating a program to keep at-risk city neighborhoods from slipping farther into blight.
Companies like Airbnb and HomeAway will now need to report to the city of Las Vegas the number of bookings, listings and residential rental operators they have within city limits.
Buildings still standing on the historic Moulin Rouge site will soon be razed, Las Vegas City Councilman Ricki Barlow said Wednesday.
A crowd of more than 100 friends, family and coworkers remembered Robinson as determined, fun-loving and an occasional pest at Las Vegas City Hall Thursday. Robinson worked as a records specialist in the Las Vegas city attorney’s office for nearly four years.
Las Vegas resident Regalado Baldonado was honored at a congressional ceremony this week along with other Filipino and Filipino-Americans for their service in World War II.
Columnist Jane Ann Morrison questions Las Vegas City Council members’ annual individual discretionary funds, which are often used for special events, saying the money promotes the individual politician with special events creating goodwill with constituents.
Overtime costs for Las Vegas-area police and government employees related to the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting will be in the millions, officials report.