City marshals never interviewed Councilwoman Victoria Seaman about her allegation that she was assaulted by Councilwoman Michele Fiore last year.
Both Bob Beers and Francis Allen-Palenske served in Carson City; now they’re running against each other for a seat on the Las Vegas City Council.
Former Metropolitan Police Department homicide Lt. Ray Spencer is running against Guinn Center founder Nancy Brune for an open seat on the Las Vegas City Council.
It’s not clear how much the city of Las Vegas may have to pay in its latest loss in court in the years-long legal battle over the defunct Badlands golf course.
Three jurisdictions that provide water to valley customers are investigating more cases with more inspectors and assessing more fines than ever before.
The clock is ticking for the city of Oakland and the Athletics to hammer out a deal to make the team’s $12 billion waterfront ballpark development dream closer to reality.
Steven Dale Ross, who died at 59 on Sept. 8, was a Las Vegas city councilman and mayor pro tem. “He grew up here and wanted to make it better,” son John Labate said Tuesday.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Victoria Seaman said she was appalled with what she saw at the Animal Foundation shelter after she showed up for an unannounced visit, which she classified as an inspection, earlier this week.
Las Vegas officials approved starting talks with a developer to turn the course into a mix of housing, commercial space and a workforce training center.
Within a day of the Las Vegas mass shooting in 2017, leaked photos of the gunman’s body had spread to several media outlets. No Metro officer was ever disciplined.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman cast the lone “no” vote, saying the property needs a park.
The Las Vegas City Council voted Wednesday to adopt state-mandated changes to its short-term rentals ordinance in order to comply with the Nevada law that recently legalized the practice.
The city is considering a proposal to increase sewer service fees over the next decade to meet growth demand, according to an ordinance not yet up for a City Council vote.