The protracted 2016 election cycle is drawing to a close, but the 2017 city elections will start ramping up on the heels of this year’s national, state and county races.
Just five days before Election Day, nine local business groups voiced their support for a county ballot measure that would require motorists to pay more at the pump over the next decade to help cover the cost of roughly $3 billion in new transportation projects.
National gun control advocates will visit the Las Vegas Valley on Saturday to cheer on canvassers pushing for passage of Question 1 in the home stretch before Election Day.
Landscape irrigation is now limited to one assigned day per week through Feb. 28.
After a hard-fought negotiation, the city of Las Vegas has a new contract with the union representing fire and rescue workers that will cost the city roughly $11.5 million over three years.
Hillary Clinton went on the offensive against Donald Trump at a Wednesday rally in Las Vegas, hoping to squeeze as many votes as possible from Nevada’s early voting period.
When Clark County commissioners convene for their Nov. 15 meeting, they’ll have the option of codifying two hotel room tax increases to fund the upgrade of the Las Vegas Convention Center and the construction of a domed stadium in one fell swoop. But if Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani has her way, commissioners will take their time before raising the tax to finance $750 million in bonds for the $1.9 billion stadium project.
A survey of policy- and decision-makers by the University of Colorado concludes that the president who takes office in 2017 could face the prospect of Colorado River water supply cuts to Arizona and Nevada in January 2018.
Nevada staff for GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump arrived early Sunday to find the exterior of the campaign office and a vehicle parked outside had been hit with eggs.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-WI, campaigned Saturday in Southern Nevada at separate events for Danny Tarkanian and U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy.