The Las Vegas City Council will consider leasing downtown land to Zappos for a special events facility and public tavern, with an eye-catching centerpiece.
In the dispute over stalled residential development on the defunct Badlands golf course in Las Vegas, a resolution seems unlikely as city legal fees rise past the $2 million mark.
Demand at the city’s 24/7 open-air shelter and service center has increased since the City Council passed a controversial anti-camping ordinance in November.
The proposed 25,000-seat stadium is expected to be the precursor to efforts to secure a Major League Soccer expansion franchise.
Developer Michael Lentine, founder of EarthArtist Studios, asked for equal consideration for a site that the city is consideration for a home for a Major League Soccer stadium.
The City Council on Wednesday unanimously denied the applicant, Nevada CRT, a special use permit needed to move forward on the northeast corner of Sahara Avenue and Fort Apache Road.
A firefighter with the Las Vegas Fire Department claimed to have worked thousands of unreported or underreported overtime hours over a three-year span.
In a direct response to the deadliest residential fire in city history, Las Vegas officials presented details Wednesday of a proactive inspection and progressive enforcement plan for apartments and similar properties.
Two veteran Las Vegas firefighters will be the first women to hold the position of deputy chief with Las Vegas Fire Department.
New playground, rock removal have delayed the nearly $2 million expansion that was initially expected to wrap up last fall.
The wireless telecommunications industry is wrestling with Clark County and other municipalities over the costs of small cell sites.
Las Vegas and the Renaissance Cos. began talks in June on the master development agreement for a proposed new soccer stadium project.
The staff report expected Feb. 5 will review the current inspection process and detail how other cities handle inspections.
“Essential hearings and functions” will happen at the federal building again on Wednesday. The court said that “impacted parties” will be notified about hearings.