Nathaniel DeGrave, 32, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding and assaulting, resisting or impeding officers.
The Aurora, Colorado, Fire Rescue Department announced Tuesday that its chief, Fernando Gray Sr., had retired and is accepting a position as fire chief in Las Vegas.
The city of Las Vegas has issued a request for proposal from interested parties to develop a master plan for an African American museum in the Historic Westside.
Angela Dows and Kelly Giordani are running for Las Vegas Municipal Court’s Department 6 seat.
The website, concouncilwoman.com, surfaced last September raising defamatory allegations against Las Vegas City Councilwoman Victoria Seaman.
The city of Las Vegas contracted with Northshore Clinical Labs to provide limited COVID-19 testing early this year, a city representative said this week.
Widows of two officers who died of COVID-19 wonder why the Metropolitan Police Department did not classify them as line-of-duty deaths.
Councilwoman Michele Fiore was treated for a concussion and several broken bones, according to her campaign spokesman.
The installation in downtown Las Vegas is a set of four brightly colored steel sculptures — a treble clef, a pair of eighth notes and a quarter note.
The city-owned Reed Whipple Cultural Center is no longer a part of the Neon Museum’s plan for growth.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada on Monday again threatened to sue the city of Las Vegas over its proposed changes to rules that govern buskers on Fremont Street.
The proposed new regulations for street performers in downtown Las Vegas were prompted by “overwhelming evidence” that a daily lottery system is being exploited by some.