Pot cafes, stoned yoga and painting while puffing could be just around the corner in Las Vegas. Las Vegas officials are considering an ordinance that would allow the city to license marijuana consumption lounges. The ordinance would allow for a variety of consumption-friendly businesses, such as restaurants, yoga studios, coffee shops and even a smoking while painting class. The lounges would not be allowed to have or serve any alcohol or to store marijuana on-site. Assistant City Attorney Bryan Scott said lounges could be approved in March.
As impeachment hearings resume this week with more witnesses to a controversial July telephone call between President Trump and the president of the Ukraine, the president himself hinted he may testify.
Certified Ag Labs, a marijuana testing facility in Sparks, became the first lab to have its state license suspended after the state announced it was investigating cannabis labs.
The Fremont Street Experience is planning to add an LED sign that pays tribute to the rich history of downtown Las Vegas.
Former NFL receiver Chad Ochocinco will host Bleacher Report’s show at the Caesars Palace sportsbook Dec. 12.
Chick-fil-A will no longer donate to the Salvation Army and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Las Vegas police released more information Monday afternoon about an officer-involved shooting in the central valley on Friday.