The city of Las Vegas and Clark County inked an agreement this week to smooth some of the issues the two have squabbled over, including annexations and sewer service.
The federal government has been in no hurry to assess the health impacts of two harmful chemicals found in a water supply that Marine veterans from Camp LeJeune, North Carolina blame on cancer and other maladies.
The city of Las Vegas has reached a settlement with Lyft and Uber after the ride-hailing companies filed lawsuits over a per-driver fee the city imposed earlier this year.
Four large boxes of toys donated by people in lieu of paying a fine for a parking ticket were handed over Thursday to Safe Nest, Nevada’s largest domestic violence shelter program, to distribute among children at the shelter.
The city of Las Vegas could reap major benefits from a tax on sugary beverages, including about $25.2 million in revenue, according to a report published Wednesday.
Opportunity Village has announced plans for a fourth location, located at North Decatur Boulevard and West Elkhart Road, following a 17-acre land transfer from the city of Las Vegas. The nonprofit organization expects to break ground next fall.
The city of Las Vegas is now drawing 100 percent of its power from renewable energy sources, a goal officials have been working toward for the better part of a decade.
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.”