The five City Council candidates outlined their views on Cashman Center redevelopment, local recreational marijuana regulations, recycling, sanctuary city designations, fireworks and the controversial development of the Badlands golf course during the hour-and-a-half forum at Temple Sinai in Summerlin on Tuesday night.
Veterans Stand Down on Wednesday offers an array of free services, including housing assistance, counseling, medical care — even showers and haircuts.
Session on Wednesday in Las Vegas will cover details of a recent study that spells out impacts such as noise levels and identifies areas where the risk of accidents is elevated.
The Las Vegas Firefighters Local 1285 endorsed former Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore for the Ward 6 Las Vegas City Council seat.
Students at Spring Valley High School in Las Vegas on Friday took home a lesson on war, sacrifice and freedom they are unlikely to soon forget.
HomeAid and volunteers from the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association on Thursday celebrated completion of a $460,000 renovation of the U.S. VETS’ kitchen.
Jaymee McClain had almost given up on going back to college, feeling she would never be able to surmount the challenge of raising two kids on a single military paycheck. That changed in an instant on Thursday.
Nellis Air Force Base officials say residents at the Las Vegas Valley’s north end can expect to hear military aircraft noise through March 10 as dozens of fighter jets, bombers and support aircraft depart and land twice daily at the base.
City sidewalks are getting wider along a stretch of Charleston Boulevard that Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Coffin flagged last May as a safety issue.
The Las Vegas City Council favors merging recreational and medical marijuana establishments into the same land-use category, but will hold off on legislating other local recreational marijuana matters.