Henderson Gives Green Thumb For Recreational Pot BusinessThe Henderson City Council voted Tuesday to establish retail marijuana regulations and licenses. Sales could begin as soon as October.
Pro Soccer Team Coming To Las VegasLas Vegas City Council unanimously votes to bring a professional soccer team to Las Vegas, beginning the 2018 season.
Newly Elected Officials Sworn In On Vegas City CouncilWard 2 Councilman Steven G. Seroka, Ward 6 Councilwoman Michele Fiore and Department 3 Municipal Court Judge Cara Campbell were all sworn in at the meeting. They were elected to serve the people of Las Vegas during the June municipal elections. Also, new City Manager Scott D. Adams was officially sworn in.
City Council Votes In Favor Of Downtown Stadium
No Decision Made On Soccer Stadium
Decision Day For Soccer StadiumVote today to decide whether proposed soccer stadium will move forward
City Council Candidate Left Off Ballot AgainThe wrong ballots were mailed out for the Peoria City Council race again.
High Court Tackles Term LimitsThe Nevada Supreme Court is wading into the issue of whether term limited Reno City Council members can run for mayor.
Curfew Would Snag Innocent Kids, Councilman SaysA proposed 9:00 p.m. curfew for Fremont Street is on hold until October 1, when the city council will consider redrawing its geographic boundaries.
City Puts Hold on Pot Dispensaries The City of Las Vegas is putting a six-month moratorium on newly legal medical marijuana dispensaries.
North Vegas Mulls Pay-To-Play At Craig Ranch Park City officials in North Las Vegas are considering a pay-to-play proposal for a $120 million regional park due to open later this year at the old Craig Ranch Golf Course.
Nine Candidates Look To Fill Ward 2 SeatVoter turnout is expected to be low for tomorrow's special election in one Las Vegas city council ward.