Las Vegas Rolls Out Nation's First Driverless Public Transit ShuttleLas Vegas residents and visitors will be among the first in the nation to jump on a public transit vehicle - only to find there's no driver aboard.
Commissioner Chris G's Husband DeadHead-on collision on Mt Charleston kills Gary Gray
Goodman Re-ElectedAll incumbents on the ballot win in southern Nevada
Goodman And Anthony Square Off For Second TimeThe two major candidates for Las Vegas mayor made their cases in the second and final debate before next Tuesday's primary.
Carolyn Goodman Makes It OfficialLas Vegas Mayor files re-election papers Wednesday morning
Carolyn Goodman's "State Of The City"Mayor pushes several initiatives for 2015
Biden Discusses Minimum Wage In Las VegasWhile in Las Vegas to headline a Democratic campaign rally, Vice President Joe Biden took time to discuss raising the minimum wage.
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.
From One History Making Coach To AnotherJerry Tarkanian gives 1990 Runnin' Rebel NCAA Championship autographed basketball to Mountain Ridge Little League Coach Ashton Cave.
Sisolak Accepts Ice Bucket ChallengeState and local elected officials are getting in on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which has been sweeping social media for weeks.
Las Vegas Gets $28M In Tax Credit ProgramThe City of Las Vegas will receive $28 million through a Federal tax credit program that encourages investment in low-income and under served communities.
Business Backs City's Homeless "Donation Station"Las Vegas officials are launching an effort to get corporate sponsors to put up $1,000 a year to underwrite the cost of maintaining curbside "Donation Station" collection spots to raise money to benefit the homeless.