The Las Vegas City Council next week will consider a new long-term exclusive contract with waste-hauler Republic Services, while state legislators mull a bill that would limit such deals.
Listing persists in federal agency’s second weekly detainer report despite Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s protests that it is being unfairly maligned.
Nearly 20,000 voters cast ballots during the first 10 days of early voting in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Boulder City municipal elections, a tiny percentage of eligible voters.
Nevada state Sens. Patricia Farley and Mo Denis are asking the Las Vegas City Council to delay action on an agreement with waste hauler Republic Services.
The Las Vegas City Council could vote next week to extend the city’s long-term franchise agreement with Republic Services, but a group of stakeholders is urging the council to hold off.
An open race to represent northwest Las Vegas drew double-digit candidate interest, and the packed field includes political newcomers and well-known names.
Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Cedric Kerns has spent the past two decades on the bench, and his challenger Crystal Eller says it’s time for a change.
Las Vegas City Manager Betsy Fretwell announced Tuesday that she will retire from the city, effective in July, to take a position as senior vice president of Switch SMART.
Councilman Stavros Anthony will need to ward off three challengers to win his third and final term on the Las Vegas City Council.
While April 4 is the primary day for municipal elections, residents of Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Boulder City can cast their ballots in early voting through March 31.
A newly formed PAC launched an attack last week on two Las Vegas City Council candidates for their opposition to the controversial Badlands golf course development.
Henderson Councilwoman Debra March drew endorsements for her mayoral bid this week from the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce and Service Employees International Union Local 1107.
Nearly two dozen candidates are vying for office in Las Vegas this spring, running the gamut from veteran elected officials to first-time candidates.
Before his burial next week in a Las Vegas cemetery that bears the family name, lifelong Southern Nevada resident and former Las Vegas City Council member W. Wayne Bunker will be remembered as a humble Marine officer who seldom spoke about his heroism during the Battle for Iwo Jima.
Hundreds of veterans attend the 14th annual stand-down Wednesday sponsored by U.S.VETS-Las Vegas and a host of co-sponsors.