The Las Vegas City Council said it will listen to retail electricity offers from NV Energy and Texas-based Tenaska Power Services Co. on April 3.
Murmurs that the most centrally located senior center in Las Vegas might cut back programs offered to the 50-and-over population have raised concerns among those who view the facility as a second home.
The city of Las Vegas is considering leaving NV Energy for an alternative power provider, setting the stage for it to potentially join a recent exodus from the utility monopoly .
Presidential hopeful U.S. Sen. Cory Booker campaigned in North Las Vegas on Sunday afternoon, speaking to an audience of about 250 people that included his mother.
Public-private partnerships and changing zoning laws are key to building affordable housing, the U.S. government’s top housing executive said while visiting Las Vegas on Thursday morning.
When the El Cid Hotel caught fire in mid-December, a police sergeant witnessed individuals jumping out of windows and upward of 50 homeless people living in the ramshackle downtown building.
A new Marriott convention hotel for Symphony Park has been approved by Las Vegas leaders, drawing a $95 million investment to an integral downtown development with the promise of jobs.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren took the stage in front of an American flag backdrop Sunday afternoon in Las Vegas, the seventh stop in an eight-city tour to kick off her 2020 presidential bid.
A Las Vegas mayoral aspirant disqualified from running for office after submitting self-drafted paperwork has petitioned a federal court to reverse his exclusion from the election.
Vying for a seat on the Las Vegas City Council, former Assemblywoman Olivia Diaz has scored high-profile endorsements from Nevada’s two U.S. senators, reinforcing her political clout and influential connections ahead of April’s primary election.
The contentious recall effort against Las Vegas Councilman Steve Seroka ratcheted up this week with the policymaker rejecting claims he caused property damage to an anti-Seroka billboard truck.
The cost of building the city of Las Vegas’ courtyard for the homeless continues to climb as the “scope and site” of the ambitious project expands.
Las Vegas officials are considering offering breaks to businesses that choose to set up in the Medical District as part of a larger plan to actualize their vision for the next major city quarter beyond the downtown core.