The Las Vegas Fire Department helped administer over 250 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday at the Mexican General Consulate.
A planned public hearing on a proposed Arts District Food Truck lot did not take place at Wednesday’s Las Vegas City Council meeting.
The developers of a proposed food truck lot in The Arts District have brought in a new team to lead the project, as the debate over its approval has turned ugly, and at times, personal
Vaccine doses have been frustratingly difficult for many older residents to obtain and off limits at this point to many of Nevada’s elders.
City Manager Jorge Cervantes revealed that his intention is to have all remote-working employees called back to full-time, in-person work starting next month.
In an interview with the Review-Journal, Goodman put the responsibility of acquiring enough immunizations firmly into Sisolak’s hands but also absolved him of blame for the lagging rollout.
The city of Las Vegas is unlikely to strengthen its animal cruelty laws, at least not in the immediate term, finding them already to be on par with neighboring jurisdictions.
Three dozen leaders and icons of the Historic Westside neighborhood near downtown will be lionized in the new Legacy Park expected to open late this year.
Las Vegas city lawmakers met on Inauguration Day, providing them an opportunity to share their thoughts on the new administration.
The future of the so-called Urban Food Lot will remain in question until at least February.
Las Vegas will now allow alcohol delivery to virtually anywhere in the city in an acknowledgment of how deeply pandemic-era restrictions have cut into business.
Las Vegas and Clark County were among the many communities across the U.S. participating in a national remembrance for the 400,000-plus people who have succumbed to the coronavirus.
“If you’re going to be here for CES, why not be here all year around?” city Information Technologies Director Michael Sherwood said.
A series of publicized crimes against dogs in the valley spurred a councilman to seek assurance that penalties were as tough as possible.
Finucan claims she faced racial and age discrimination preventing her from performing her job before she was wrongly fired in March despite an “exemplary” and lengthy career in City Hall.