A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge has approved the sale of the Las Vegas Monorail to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
In response to Carolyn Goodman’s criticisms, Gov. Steve Sisolak said elected leaders should “be unified in protecting the public.”
The city has been consistently unable to meet self-imposed weekly quotas to ensure establishments are complying with public health guidelines.
Las Vegas police union officials suggested that the Metropolitan Police Department has been overeager in asking employees to stay home. The sheriff refuted.
The City Council banned feeding birds and other animals at city parks. Violators could be fined $10.
A small group of demonstrators protested the cancellation of Las Vegas’ 25th annual Veterans Day parade on the Strip on Wednesday.
The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority board approved purchasing the 15-acre plot downtown for $3.9 million. It has competition.
Las Vegas and state officials are concerned that perhaps thousands of homeless individuals in Southern Nevada might have gone unaccounted for in the 2020 Census.
Cher urged members of the LGBTQ community in Las Vegas to vote in the upcoming election during the Pride Walk to the Polls event on Sunday morning.
The Las Vegas City Council voted Wednesday to front the Smith Center up to $1.8 million to cover monthly expenses.
A court settlement clears the way for a developer to buy and restore the shuttered Huntridge Theater in downtown Las Vegas.
Councilwoman Michele Fiore objected Wednesday to the Council’s latest move to extend negotiations for six months between the city and a developer on the major project at Cashman Field near downtown.
Democrats have a lead of 43,600 votes over Republicans in Clark County, largely thanks to mail voting.
Air Force One is expected to land Saturday night in Las Vegas ahead of President Donald Trump’s Sunday campaign rally in Carson City.
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada is building a tent-covered, open-air dining pavilion on the southwest end of its campus.