The Las Vegas City Council voted on Wednesday to appeal a $34 million judgment against the city after it was found liable of taking a nearly 35-acre parcel on the defunct Badlands Golf Club course.
Former Las Vegas Councilman Bob Beers announced Wednesday that he plans to run for the City Council seat in Ward 4.
Nevada’s charter school authority voted unanimously Friday to reject the city of Las Vegas’ proposed new school, saying the application didn’t meet state requirements.
Greg Weitzel faced a decision to either step down or be fired. It’s unclear if workplace investigations played a role.
Former Republican Assemblywoman Francis Allen-Palenske settled into private life for years. Now she is back and talking about the domestic violence case that stalled her political ambitions.
The Las Vegas councilman narrowly lost a bid for Clark County Commission in 2020 in a controversial election.
City Manager Jorge Cervantes received universal praise from city lawmakers Wednesday for his role in steering the city through the pandemic in his first year as the top administrator.
Lou DeSalvio announced Monday that he will pursue the City Council seat in Ward 6 that is suddenly up for grabs with Councilwoman Michele Fiore setting her sights on governor.
With the interstate going from three lanes on the Nevada side to two on the California side, traffic can back up over 20 miles on some busy holiday weekends.
The city of Las Vegas was ordered Thursday to pay more than $34 million to the developer behind stalled housing plans on the defunct Badlands Golf Club course near Summerlin.
The business organization called Tuesday for the Board of Regents chair and vice chair to step aside while an independent investigation is being conducted.
The city of Las Vegas’ first pawnbroker license auction lasted 3 minutes and 34 seconds and ended with a $1.9 million winning bid.
The Nevada attorney general’s office filed charges against a Las Vegas business executive, accusing him of voting in his late wife’s name in 2020.
Redrawn district boundaries in Clark County also would equalize a wide population disparity that has unfolded over the past decade.