The news this year that Cashman’s convention areas will close left the trade and consumer show organizers surprised and scrambling to find space for the events they often book over a year in advance.
The flashy Las Vegas logo that’s splashed across city stationary and equipment is headed for an early retirement.
Former Nevada Assemblyman Harvey Munford said Friday he will run for Las Vegas City Council in 2019.
Former Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Beers doesn’t plan to be out of politics for long.
The latest chapter in the Badlands Golf Course development debate, in which the Las Vegas City Council rejected the developer’s latest plan, offered a window on the council’s new makeup.
Gov. Brian Sandoval, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Councilman Ricki Barlow and United Soccer League officials will fete the city’s new professional soccer squad Friday in downtown Las Vegas.
The majority of Las Vegas police civil asset forfeitures are done in low-income and minority neighborhoods, a Nevada Policy Research Institute report shows.
The Las Vegas Valley Water District considers its delivery system one of the most efficient in the country, but it still leaked enough water last year to fill more than 5,000 Olympic-size swimming pools, according to an annual internal audit.
A divided Las Vegas City Council voted down a proposal to develop the Badlands golf course Wednesday, leaving the future of the shuttered west valley course unclear after two years of wrangling between the developer and opponents.
Christina Roush may not have won the Ward 2 Las Vegas City Council race, but she has found a way to serve the city.