Five Las Vegas projects drew The Mayor’s Urban Design Awards this week, for historic preservation, sustainability and livability.
Dumpsters that signal when they’re full and using a web application to reserve a parking space are among the ideas a team of city workers has pursued since a broad swath of downtown Las Vegas was designated an innovation district a year ago.
Nearly 200 biker club members gathered Tuesday to honor late World War II-era Navy veteran Irene Miller at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City.
Adam Christian and Thaddeus Ynigues filed to run for the Las Vegas City Council Ward 6 seat, widening the field to eight candidates in a race with no incumbent.
The Las Vegas City Council unanimously approved Gary Ameling as the city’s new chief financial officer on Wednesday.
Marijuana is legal to possess in Nevada as of Jan. 1, but using it anywhere but inside of a private residence is a big no-no.
One man and a juvenile were arrested Wednesday after firing a pellet gun at passing vehicles and into a children’s playground in Sunset Park.
Christina Etter Roush will run for the Ward 2 seat on the Las Vegas City Council in hopes of unseating incumbent Councilman Bob Beers.
A group of eager candidates lined the Las Vegas City Clerk’s Office Tuesday morning to make official their runs for office, kicking off what’s already become a lively city election season.
Nightclubs on Las Vegas Boulevard might seem natural, but they do not populate one downtown stretch. That could soon change.
Mayoral races in North Las Vegas and Henderson are among upcoming municipal elections.
More than 80 fighter jets, bombers and support aircraft slated to participate in first realistic training operation of 2017.
State Sen. Mark Manendo, D-Las Vegas, is putting the final touches on a bill that would allow anyone who’s arrested for driving under the influence to voluntarily install an ignition interlock system, which prevents vehicles from starting if the motorist has been drinking alcohol.
The new city attorney for North Las Vegas will be paid $180,000 annually under a two-year employment agreement unanimously approved this week by the City Council.
Political newcomer Allen Jordan is joining the race to represent Ward 6 on the Las Vegas City Council, widening the field of announced candidates to four.