Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Susan Roger will retain her seat because no challengers emerged for the spring municipal elections.
Seventeen authors will be on hand to sign their works on Sunday at the Leatherneck Club in Las Vegas.
Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada, recently named chairman of the Senate Finance Subcommittee for Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure, called the highway a critical project.
When the Las Vegas Stadium Authority board begins reviewing the terms of a proposed lease agreement with the Oakland Raiders on Thursday, they‘ll want to pay close attention to the “Expected Facility Standard.”
Several Southern Nevada elected officials were state legislators when they voted for a property tax cap measure that local governments around the state are lobbying to reform.
Las Vegas City Councilman Stavros Anthony will face two challengers in his bid for a third term representing Ward 4.
The Air Force version of the $100 million joint strike fighter participates for the first time in the air combat drill at the Nevada Test and Training Range.
As it prepares to mark its 10th anniversary this year, the Springs Preserve is on track to welcome more visitors and soak up less money from water ratepayers than ever before.
Five Las Vegas projects drew The Mayor’s Urban Design Awards this week, for historic preservation, sustainability and livability.
Dumpsters that signal when they’re full and using a web application to reserve a parking space are among the ideas a team of city workers has pursued since a broad swath of downtown Las Vegas was designated an innovation district a year ago.