Carolyn Goodman

Head-on collisionn kills husband of County Commissioner. (crash scene photo courtesy Nevada Highway Patrol / Chris Giunchigliana - Gary Gray photo courtesy

Commissioner Chris G’s Husband Dead

Head-on collision on Mt Charleston kills Gary Gray

CBS Las Vegas–04/10/2015

Mayor Carolyn Goodman

Goodman Re-Elected

All incumbents on the ballot win in southern Nevada



Goodman And Anthony Square Off For Second Time

The two major candidates for Las Vegas mayor made their cases in the second and final debate before next Tuesday’s primary.


Carolyn Goodman files for  re-election as Las Vegas Mayor, with husband Oscar by her side. February 4, 2015. KXNT photo.

Carolyn Goodman Makes It Official

Las Vegas Mayor files re-election papers Wednesday morning


Carolyn Goodman file photo  by Ethan Miller / Getty Images

Carolyn Goodman’s “State Of The City”

Mayor pushes several initiatives for 2015


Vice President Joe Biden visits Las Vegas (photo: Carlos Diaz/KXNT)

Biden Discusses Minimum Wage In Las Vegas

While in Las Vegas to headline a Democratic campaign rally, Vice President Joe Biden took time to discuss raising the minimum wage.


Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and Cirque du Soleil performers unveil a special steet sign. (photo: T. South/KXNT)

City Designates ‘Cirque du Soleil Blvd’

The City of Las Vegas honors Cirque du Soleil’s 22 year history in our city with the unveiling of a special street sign.


Ceremony honoring Mountain RIdge Little League at Las Vegas City Hall, August 30, 2014. KXNT photo

From One History Making Coach To Another

Jerry Tarkanian gives 1990 Runnin’ Rebel NCAA Championship autographed basketball to Mountain Ridge Little League Coach Ashton Cave.


Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak accepts the ALS ice bucket challenge. (photo courtesy: Clark County)

Sisolak Accepts Ice Bucket Challenge

State and local elected officials are getting in on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which has been sweeping social media for weeks.


(photo KXNT/SamStone)

Las Vegas Gets $28M In Tax Credit Program

The City of Las Vegas will receive $28 million through a Federal tax credit program that encourages investment in low-income and under served communities.