Vegas "Welcome" Sign Going Purple For Domestic Violence MonthLocal organizations will come together to turn the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign purple at 11 a.m. on Monday, October 2, in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Las Vegas Officials Waiting For Denver To Act On Pot LoungesClark County officials on Tuesday decided they will wait for Denver to act before continuing discussions. Denver allowed businesses to submit applications to open marijuana clubs in late August, but it hasn't received any so far.
Clark County Clerks To Fine Unlawful WeddingsThe county commissioners will vote Tuesday to allow county clerks to fine fake wedding officiants up to $1,500 for each unlawful marriage they perform.
Vegas Welcome Sign Going Gold For Cancer AwarenessThe Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada kicked off the group's "shineGOLD" for childhood cancer awareness campaign on Friday.
DA Wolfson Announces Bid For Re-ElectionWith public safety as his top priority, Wolfson re-election efforts are to focus on stronger approaches to reducing violent crimes.
'Welcome' Sign Turned For Military Appreciation MonthClark County Commissioners and United Service Organizations (USO) representatives turning the popular sign red, white and blue on Monday in recongnition of Military Appreciation Month.
FAA Approval May Be Needed For Raiders StadiumThe FAA would have to approve any stadium design that's more than 200 feet above ground level and the Raiders would have to give the agency at least 45 days notice before construction begins.
Welcome Sign Going Red For Red Cross 100th AnniversaryClark County Commissioners and representatives from the American Red Cross of Southern Nevada will turn the sign red at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 1.
County Approves Plans For Wynn Shopping CenterWynn Las Vegas planning a two-story shopping center
Uber, Lyft Allowed To Offer Rides At Airport
County Approves Contract Extension With The Animal Foundation
Panel Appoints To Trowbridge For Assembly Vacancy