The city of Las Vegas’ information technology department has been building an application for the Amazon Echo, a voice-controlled artificial intelligence speaker named Alexa, as part of a broader effort to allow residents to access city services in new ways.
New commemorative plaque, letter from Gov. Sandoval aimed at ensuring that state’s namesake battleship and crew continue “inspiring sailors for as long as there is a United States Navy.”
A $425,000 grant from the city of Las Vegas will go toward an expansion of the Neon Museum.
Las Vegas City Council members heard Wednesday about a slew of federal and state legislative issues that could affect the city.
The Las Vegas City Council voted Wednesday to sign a negotiating agreement with a development group proposing a senior living complex for four parcels at city-owned downtown Symphony Park.
With thoughts still smoldering of the Japanese air raid that killed 1,177 of their shipmates on the USS Arizona 75 years ago Wednesday, four of the last remaining survivors of that Pearl Harbor battleship said it will be tough to bury two more.
Tuesday’s joint Las Vegas City Council and Planning Commission session focused on a strategy for guiding downtown development across diverse areas — from the Medical District to the Arts District and Fremont East.
Results of a second vote tally requested by independent candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente may not be announced until next week.
“I’m not sure we have gained an awful lot from that experience,” says survivor Lenoard Nielsen, 94, of Las Vegas.
Two of the battle’s last remaining survivors tell how teenage crew pulled off one of the most storied maneuvers in maritime military history.