A planned development on federally owned land is expected to have a subdivision that will act as off-base housing for Creech and Nellis Air Force base personnel.
North Las Vegas recently provided a 12-month notice to end the contract to house up to 315 of its inmates — mostly men — in the Las Vegas Detention Center.
Proposed at 400 S. Decatur Blvd., the estimated $94.5 million project will fill a “huge need” in the city, Councilwoman Olivia Diaz said.
The property once home to the Crazy Horse Too is in disrepair and unsafe, with criminal activity on its premises spurring “numerous” calls for police, officials say.
Two prominent gun safety organizations said Thursday that they will host a forum for Democratic presidential candidates in Las Vegas.
Despite some early growing pains, city officials say the the facility is already beginning to make a difference in addressing homelessness in Las Vegas.
A female aide said Steve Seroka’s alleged inappropriate behavior included unwanted kissing and sexually explicit talk. Seroka did not respond to multiple messages.
Social service providers can’t explain why the Southern Nevada Homeless Census found fewer homeless this year, but say that contradicts what they see from the trenches.
The new funding is meant to curtail a mounting trash problem throughout the city.
The units, converted motel rooms and apartments, will be filled on a case-by-case for up to a year by clients who also receive case management and supportive services.
The Las Vegas City Council unanimously approved a resolution to end the 24-hour regulation of the carpool lanes on portions of Interstate 15 and U.S. Highway 95.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday approved a liquor manufacturing license for 7Five Brewing, the company co-founded by Golden Knights right winger Ryan Reaves.
County officials criticized a proposed tourism district near the Palace Station hotel that would see a new entertainment district built, but cost Clark County sales tax dollars for the next two decades.
The period between April 1 and June 30 easily accounted for the majority of candidates’ total campaign contributions and spending, according to an analysis of financial disclosures due Monday.
Although Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore still opposes two ordinances that govern redeveloping open space and vacant golf courses, she’s delaying their repeal so new council members can have time to review the matter.