A White House coronavirus task force member reportedly urged Las Vegas to take “aggressive” steps to fight COVID-19.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore walks out of a City Council meeting during public comments.
The Las Vegas chapter of the NAACP organized the protest outside Las Vegas City Hall before the city council’s meeting, Wednesday morning, June 17, 2020. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore on Thursday during a news conference apologized for offending anyone by using “racially charged” comments over the weekend.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman on Wednesday called sweeping nonessential business closures “total insanity” with no end date, and she once more pushed for Gov. Steve Sisolak to open the state.
The Las Vegas City Council listens to concerned citizens about the licensing of a marijuana dispensary in ward 2.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday will discuss expanding on a controversial camping and sleeping ban aimed at deterring the homeless from bivouacking on city streets to include hours when public sidewalks are being cleaned.
The Las Vegas City Council honored the recovered police dog Hunter, who suffered three stab wounds to the neck.
From December 2nd, 2019.
Las Vegas Mayor Pro Tem Michele Fiore explains why voters should vote yes on Bill 2019-35.
The 2019 Elections wrap up in Clark County including an upset in the Boulder City Mayor race.
Candidates for Las Vegas City Council Ward 1. (Shea Johnson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
It’d be “irresponsible” to give an opinion on development at Badlands golf course before being elected. Las Vegas officials should increase enforcement against those violating the city’s restrictions on short-term rentals. The Las Vegas-area needs light rail to meet the needs of its growing population. That’s all according to Brian Knudsen, who’s running for Las Vegas City Council in Ward 1. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
It doesn’t makes sense for Las Vegas to spend millions in litigation fighting development at the Badlands golf course. One of the major root causes of homelessness is drug addiction. Las Vegas shouldn’t use rent control to rein in prices. That’s all according to Las Vegas City Council Ward 1 candidate Dave Marlon.
Laborers Local 872 wants to recall Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Seroka over his opposition to development at the Badlands Golf Course. Local 872 secretary-treasurer Tommy White says that effort is doing “fantastic” and hinted they may organize more recalls in the future. White also said that while his union has endorsed Republicans, he doesn’t think it will endorse President Donald Trump.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore, who also is a Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board member, responds to the Review-Journal’s findings that she took four international trips in less than a year despite a recent policy aimed at limiting board travel to one annual trip. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
1. North Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal shooting in the Aliante master-planned community. Police say someone in a white pickup truck shot at the victim in the road after an altercation. The man shot was in critical condition and later died at University Medical Center. No arrests have been made.
2. Las Vegas City Council is considering a measure to let adult sex stores expand in downtown Las Vegas. The new measure would allow adult emporiums that draw at least 35 percent of revenue from books, magazines, sexual novelties, photos and videos to expand or alter stores. Councilman Bob Coffin says he believes the measure will help improve the area.
3. The Killers played a pop-up show on the Las Vegas Strip last night that aired on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Fans lined up early to catch the 10-song set outside of Caesars Palace, parts of which aired on Monday’s late night show.
Brett Lashbrook awaits a Las Vegas City Council vote Wednesday for his USL soccer franchise to play home games at Cashman Field in 2018.