Las Vegas Approves Rules to Crack Down on Short-Term RentalsLas Vegas property owners interested in renting out their properties for brief periods will have to comply with new rules meant to crack down on a booming short-term rental industry.
City Council To Hear Short Term Rental OrdinanceHundreds of residents are expected to attend the Wednesday, June 21, Las Vegas City Council meeting regarding proposed amendments to the city's ordinances on short-term properties. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. with the short term rental item to be heard around 11:30 a.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, 495 S. Main Street.
City Council Approves Millions To Spruce Up NeighborhoodsCity officials said federal money will be used to help revitalize deteriorating neighborhoods and assist residents whose income cannot fully provide for life's basic necessities.
Fiore, Ross Head to Runoff Vote in Las Vegas Council RaceTwo southern Nevada mayors have won re-election but a former state assemblywoman seeking a Las Vegas city council spot is headed to a runoff in June against the wife of the seat's incumbent.
Ex-Assemblywoman Fiore Seeking Las Vegas City Council SeatMunicipal elections are underway in Las Vegas, where ex-state Assemblywoman Michele Fiore is among nine candidates vying for one of three city council seats up for grabs.
Heidi Harris: Where Are the Las Vegas City Council Ward 6 Candidates?Heidi gives her thoughts on the upcoming Las Vegas City Council Ward 6 race.
Las Vegas Unveils New City Logo with Vintage, Playful LookLas Vegas is rolling out a new logo on city vehicles, uniforms and signs that pays homage to Sin City's playful reputation and vintage glamour.
Politically Connected PR Firm Subpoenaed in Councilman ProbeA politically connected Las Vegas-based public relations firm says it's been subpoenaed in an FBI investigation into a city councilman's campaign contributions.
FBI Investigates Vegas Councilman's Campaign ContributionsA lawyer for a Las Vegas city councilman says the FBI is investigating the councilor's campaign contributions.
County to Boost Las Vegas Police Funding - If City HelpsCounty officials have withdrawn an offer to give an additional $1 million to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department unless the city makes a corresponding contribution.
Chik-Fil-A On The WayLas Vegas location approved by City Council
Taming Street Performances Tabled Until Sept. 16