The latest resolution calls on the government to keep mayors appraised of planned routes, quantities and timing in shipping radioactive waste to Nevada for disposal.
Election victories last month by Brian Knudsen (Ward 1), Victoria Seaman (Ward 2) and Olivia Diaz (Ward 3) have altered the makeup of the Las Vegas City Council.
Mayra Crum just helped her 10,000th student become nationalized. The urgency for Crum’s students to obtain citizenship has intensified in the Trump era.
Las Vegas officials have teamed up with the housing authority to thus far provide more than 150 computer tablets to low-income families along with internet for two years.
The high court recently ruled that developers and landowners may bypass state court and seek federal intervention to argue that a government has trampled on their property rights.
The city of Las Vegas plans to move into a new, $56 million municipal courthouse downtown by January 2021. Officials broke ground on the new building on Tuesday.
Las Vegas Councilwoman-elect Victoria Seaman performed well at the ballot box throughout Ward 2, except in a neighborhood fighting a golf-course development that may have seen her as pro-developer.
Las Vegas City Council members Lois Tarkanian and Bob Coffin offered their final thoughts on years of city service at their final meeting on Wednesday, where they were feted with a standing ovation.
City of Las Vegas staff have agreed to recommend the council waive $1.9 million in civil penalties imposed on the land if a deal is reached.
The three-episode series “Inside Vegas,” a behind-the-scenes look at city government, debuts Thursday on the GoVegas app.
After trailing for most of the night, former Assemblywoman Olivia Diaz eked out a victory over Melissa Clary in Las Vegas’s Ward 3. Meanwhile, consultant Brian Knudsen won the contest to succeed incumbent Lois Tarkanian in Ward 1.
Former Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman won a special election to replace resigned Councilman Steve Seroka in Ward 2 on Tuesday.
The National Atomic Testing Museum hopes to use a $1 million matching grant from the state to move to a larger space in downtown Las Vegas.
Municipal elections will bring new council members to the cities of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Boulder City, while also answering ballot questions in Boulder City.
Candidates for Las Vegas City Council sought support for their bids from unions, businesses, elected officials and individuals, with varying degrees of success.