City of Las Vegas

Nevada A.G. Catherine Cortez Masto (courtesy KXNT/Smith)

City Contributes $100,000 To Homeowner Relief

The City of Las Vegas and the Nevada Attorney General’s Office are partnering to battle the housing relief crisis in Nevada.


(photo: Samantha Stone/KXNT/CBS Las Vegas)

City Looks For News Ways To Generate Revenue

Is there ever a good time to discuss increasing revenues?


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New Parking Meter System Set For Downtown

The city of Las Vegas is moving forward with plans to make parking downtown more customer-friendly.


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Top Ways To Celebrate Native American History And Culture In Las Vegas

Native Americans and their culture are an integral part of Las Vegas, both in the past and present, and continue to influence the residents and tourists of Southern Nevada.


Students Take Over City Hall

Students from seven area high schools converged on city hall as part of the 12th annual Teen Town Hall.


Las Vegas Academy students (photo courtesy KXNT/Smith)

Students Lean On Public Transit

Another option to get students to and from school, activities or work has been launched by the Regional Transportation Commission.


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City Of Las Vegas Making Things Easier For Business

The City of Las Vegas hopes the worst is behind it in regard to the economy and attracting business is once again taking center stage.


(photo: Samantha Stone/ KXNT/CBS Las Vegas)

Las Vegas Continues Green Lifestyle

The city of Las Vegas is building a 25-acre solar panel project.


(photo: Tate South/KXNT/CBS Las Vegas)

City Still At Odds With Firefighters

Firefighters and the city of Las Vegas remain deadlocked over a new two-year contract. Officials say the union’s request would cost the city more than $12-million.


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Las Vegas Leaders Identify Problem Areas

Mayor Carolyn Goodman continues her assault on making Las Vegas a better place to live in the form of a faith forum.