New York City Mayor and presidential hopeful Bill de Blasio visited with veterans Saturday morning during one of his campaign stops this weekend in Las Vegas.
Blake Apgar joined the Review-Journal as a general assignment reporter in January 2017 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. He interned at the Review-Journal in the summer of 2016, and now covers North Las Vegas and Henderson government. He was raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Incumbent Councilman Richard Cherchio and longtime businessman Pete Shields are squaring off on the future of development in North Las Vegas.
A HUD policy the department says is meant to allow local shelters more flexibility is spurring critics to say it allows discrimination.
The North Las Vegas City Council unanimously approved an ordinance banning smoking of any kind in some areas of public parks.
The Henderson City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved bringing a Vegas Golden Knights community ice arena to downtown.
The new positions are spread across many city departments, including the North Las Vegas Police Department, libraries and the city clerk’s office.
Henderson officials will vote next week on whether to spend $10.7 million to bring a Golden Knights hockey facility to its downtown, replacing the aging Henderson Convention Center.
Henderson officials fired former chief LaTesha Watson in April for creating distrust and division between her management team and the police unions.
The New Jersey senator’s mother is watching from her Las Vegas home as her son runs for president.
The NFL’s Raiders headquarters in Henderson will house football fields, a training center and office space.
Former Vice President Joe Biden talked about restoring the integrity of America, rebuilding the middle class and unifying a divided country in his first campaign stop in Nevada on Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand pledged to support organized labor Monday during an intimate roundtable discussion in Las Vegas.
One of America’s most influential couples wrapped up a multicity speaking tour Sunday night by discussing Russian interference in U.S. elections, misogyny in politics and division in front of a Las Vegas crowd.
Thedrick Andres is preaching a culture of collaboration and inclusion as Henderson’s acting police chief during a turbulent time for the department.