Organizers ended their efforts Wednesday to recall Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, citing logistical challenges and risks of collecting signatures during a resurgent coronavirus pandemic.
The city of Las Vegas has a plan to help qualifying residents who are facing financial hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic and behind on housing bills: Cover up to three months of delinquent rent or mortgage.
The Las Vegas ISO-Q Complex, an isolation and quarantine center built for individuals experiencing homelessness, officially closed on Tuesday after serving 245 people since it opened April 13.
A Nevada Republican Party investigation into “racially charged” comments made by Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore at a Clark County GOP convention has ended inconclusively.
The group seeking to recall Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has not collected a single signature at the halfway mark, organizers told the city this week.
All branches of the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District have reinstated the use of study rooms, computers and Wi-Fi, bookshelf browsing and some adult education courses.
An action group opposes plans to convert the one-story building into an open-air pavilion for weddings and other large events, saying it would ruin the peaceful nature of the area.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore left City Hall council chambers Wednesday after coming under fire for previous comments she has made.
City officials say there is significant long-term cost savings afforded by providing unionized workers with one-time payouts, instead of ongoing cost-of-living increases.
The Huntridge Theater’s proposed developer announced Wednesday another long-awaited restoration project for the neighborhood: a grocery store.
Longtime Senior Assistant City Attorney Bryan Scott was officially promoted Wednesday, becoming the first African American to serve as the city’s top lawyer in its history.
About 100 people stood outside Las Vegas City Hall on Wednesday morning, with NAACP demonstrators calling out what they said was the “reckless behavior” of council members.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore is facing a recall effort, and Councilman Cedric Crear appealed to Mayor Carolyn Goodman to remove her as the mayor pro tem following Fiore’s “racially charged” comments.
Las Vegas police repeatedly tried to make a chronic nuisance case against the Alpine Motel before a fatal fire in 2019, but city officials said the apartments didn’t meet the standards.
Following initial hearings, U.S. Magistrate Judge Nancy Koppe concluded that Stephen Parshall and William Loomis were dangers to the Las Vegas community. The two are suspects in what authorities say was a plot to cause violence at Black Lives Matter protests.