The city has filed a letter of intent with the state. If an application is submitted and approved, CLV Strong Start Academy Elementary School would open in August 2022.
A park in Las Vegas’ Historic Westside will be renovated to become a hyperlocal food source and co-op through a federal partnership, the city announced Thursday.
An office space deal approved by the Las Vegas City Council is the predecessor to a bigger piece: the Westside Workforce Education and Training Center.
The balanced spending plan will restore 72 jobs and reflects a rosier financial picture for the city than 12 months ago.
Las Vegas officials are internally discussing a plan to rename a stretch of a Historic Westside street after former President Barack Obama.
Following Major League Baseball announcing Tuesday it gave the Oakland Athletics permission to seek relocation, Las Vegas’ Mayor Carolyn Goodman said the two sides have been in talks.
First lady Jill Biden handed out cookies to nurses at University Medical Center on Thursday in an event set up by the Service Employees International Union Local 1107.
A new ordinance can restrict pet ownership and also defines rules for tethering animals outside, particularly in the heat.
Among them are a pop-up COVID vaccination site at Palace Station on Thursday and Friday offered by the city, Station Casinos and the Southern Nevada Health District.
Local progressive activist Amy Vilela has filed to challenge Rep. Dina Titus in Nevada’s heavily Democratic 1st Congressional District, Vilela announced through social media on Tuesday.
Dan Rolle, a progressive activist, had lobbed criticism at a Republican councilman during a Nov. 18 meeting. His microphone was then turned off.
Metropolitan Police Department Detective Robert Sigal, the only detective in the department’s animal cruelty unit, investigates about 100 cases of felony animal abuse across the valley.
The tribe is behind a city residential project near its reservation as long as its tribal land expands to mitigate the effects of development.
The City Council approved its construction more than two years ago after reaching a deal with Clark County to depart the Regional Justice Center.
The meetings are intended to teach people about their rights during situations that range from being pulled over by police to when immigration authorities approach.