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.
Calling 2020 “an extremely difficult year,” Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman vowed not to give up on restoring the full vision for the city as she delivered on Thursday a message brimming with optimism for 2021.
In a sign of the times, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman will deliver the annual State of the City address through television and social media on Thursday.
City lawmakers agreed to sell 5.5 acres of vacant land for $1 to an affordable housing developer with plans to construct 144 units in the near northwest part of Las Vegas.
Nevada’s COVID-19 Mitigation and Management Task Force members are concerned that Fremont Street Experience’s plans for New Year’s Eve could lead to a surge in positive cases.
Councilman Cedric Crear, who posted on social media about Lurie’s passing, said he was informed by Lurie’s son that Lurie died Tuesday night.