The first phase of a $25 million expansion at the Courtyard Homeless Resource Center will be completed in early January.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority has aggressively pursued the removal of grass in Southern Nevada for decades. It wants to make turf regulations even more restrictive.
City officials have underscored that the program is a major undertaking with limited resources. Thus far, only five of 36 properties have been surveyed.
A major rift has emerged between national and local leaders of a prominent civic engagement and advocacy group for Latino communities.
Lt. Ray Spencer, who oversees Metro’s homicide unit, plans to retire in May after two decades on the force, but he has already decided on his next career path.
A Las Vegas residential inspection program launched in response to the deadly Alpine Motel Apartments fire has gotten off to a sluggish start.
Brenda Flank, executive director of the Alliance for Education and Liberty, announced Thursday that she will seek to represent constituents in a northwest district.
Projects have moved forward with a big lift from private and non-city government funds, including dollars made available because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city will notify tens of thousands of constituents affected by adjustments to political boundaries, according to City Manager Jorge Cervantes.
The former owner of the Alpine Motel Apartments, the site of the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas city history, filed a lawsuit Tuesday against people he claimed “are more directly responsible.”
The COVID-19 pandemic delayed planning and fundraising for the project and now construction timelines have been temporarily suspended.
Robert Plummer, who served nearly three decades on the force and most recently led a police department in California, plans to run for the open seat in Ward 4.
The Las Vegas City Council approved a contract to fund the preliminary design of the bridge at Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara Avenue.
Under the city’s proposed redistricting map, Ward 6 would shed some 25,000 people, transforming from the most populated district to the least.