When the long-awaited “Queen of the Arts” project was unveiled Thursday in the city’s Historic Westside, it was hailed as much more than a means of wayfinding.
Scammers are targeting Nevada residents looking to land a hard to find Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles appointment.
Take a look inside the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s $989 million, 1.4-million-square-foot West Hall expansion.
One thing became apparent Wednesday in budget talks for the city of Las Vegas: While the pandemic has certainly hurt, it could have been much worse.
Recent pole banners on Carson Avenue represent the start of a six-month project by the city to distinguish each of its several downtown districts and encourage visitation.
The city of Las Vegas wants to sell its nine-story office building at 333 N. Rancho Drive, saying it has an appraised value above $17 million.
Future for Nevadans disclosed 28 previously unreported loans from the Las Vegas councilwoman this month.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman on Wednesday ratcheted up her longstanding criticisms of public health restrictions enacted by Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Local governments are calling back employees to full-time, in-person work, offering one sign that normalcy is slowly returning to the public sector.
Alt Rebel features contemporary pieces, as well as fashion from the 1960s and ’70s. But the store, which opened in the heart of the pandemic, specializes in clothing from the 1980s through the early 2000s.
“As a Las Vegas native, born and raised in the Historic Westside, it would be an honor and a privilege to lead the greatest city in America,” he wrote in an email to supporters Thursday.
Figures recently publicized by the city show that the new law penalized very few people in the first 12 months after its rollout.
A strike team led by the city of Las Vegas recently administered first doses at two housing complexes, representing its most direct effort to date to immunize the vulnerable.
A 55-year-old man went into a coma inside the city jail and never recovered, according to a federal lawsuit.