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September 19, 2019

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A view of University Medical Center Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014. The Las Vegas Medical District comprises acreage around UMC and Valley Hospital and another area near Martin Luther King Boulevard and Symphony Park.
Councilman on Medical District: 'We need to be very, very competitive'
Aug. 22, 2019
The Las Vegas Medical District is growing. But in the face of ongoing health care challenges in Southern Nevada, Ward 1 City Councilman Brian Knudsen, whose ward includes the district, still thinks the city could advance the district further. The city council received updates on the Medical District for the first time in ...
Members of the Las Vegas City Council, Olivia Diaz, Victoria Seaman, Michele Fiore, Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Stavros Anthony, Brian Knudsen and Cedric Crear stand before the council chambers following an Oath of Office ceremony, Wed. July 3, 2019.
Diverse new members sworn in to Las Vegas City Council
July 3, 2019
The Las Vegas City Council is fully staffed and women-majority. The body welcomed its first two Latina council members and its first openly gay council member at ...
Las Vegas City Council to get three new members, a first in 78 years
July 2, 2019
The historic shakeup to the body makes it an exciting time to be on the City Council. All new council members go through an onboarding process, when they will get up to speed ...
From left, Andrew Sylvestri, Google's head of data center public policy, Gov. Steve Sisolak, U.S. Rep. Susie Lee, Sen. Jacky Rosen, Jacquelline Fuller, vice president Google and president of, and Henderson Councilman Dan Shaw participate in a ceremonial groundbreaking at the site of Google's new data center in Henderson, Monday July 1, 2019.
Officials: $600M Google facility boosts Henderson's presence in tech world
July 1, 2019
Henderson will soon become a landmark in the infrastructure of the internet with the construction of a massive new Google data center, set to come online in 2020 ...
The likenesses of showgirls are seen the evening before their debut at Las Vegas Boulevard and Main Street as part of the city’s new gateway, Monday, Aug. 6, 2018.
City of Las Vegas to launch a reality show about government
June 17, 2019
The city of Las Vegas is launching a reality show on streaming services that will tell behind-the-scenes stories about how the government navigates local issues ...
Las Vegas City Manager Scott Adams address the attendess prior to the start of Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodmans 2018 State of the City address at City Hall downtown, Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018.
Despite flap over contract, City Manager Scott Adams will stay on
May 1, 2019
A controversy over whether longtime city employee and current city manager Scott Adams would stay on board for another two years appears to have been resolved ...
The Arts District in downtown Las Vegas continues to add retail options, but businesses lament the dearth of available parking.
The Arts District struggles with inadequate parking and rapid growth
April 7, 2019
Shortly after he opened his popular Las Vegas Arts District bar/antique shop hybrid ReBar, Derek Stonebarger introduced the neighborhood’s biggest outdoor event space — a dirt-and-gravel lot called the FunkYard ...
Las Vegas City Manager Scott Adams address the attendess prior to the start of Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodmans 2018 State of the City address at City Hall downtown, Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018.
In surprise move, LV council blocks renewal of city manager's contract
April 3, 2019
The Las Vegas City Council unexpectedly put City Manager Scott Adams on notice that it would terminate his contract in 90 days but would vote May 1 on a new contract ...
Henderson Police Chief LaTesha Watson, shown at the Henderson State of the City address on Jan. 10, 2018, has been placed on administrative leave.
Documents: Firm recommended removing Henderson police chief for policy violations
March 16, 2019
An independent firm this week recommended officials oust Henderson Police Department Chief LaTesha Watson for violating policies and because of her ...
Henderson Police Chief LaTesha Watson, shown at the Henderson State of the City address on Jan. 10, 2018, has been placed on administrative leave.
Henderson police chief Watson on dismissal: 'You don’t treat people this way'
March 15, 2019
Agree to step down amicably, forfeiting claims against the city of Henderson while not disparaging its reputation, or be terminated with cause. Those were the options ...
Residents listen to comments on proposed amendments to Las Vegas ordinances regarding short-term rental properties, during a meeting at Las Vegas City Hall in downtown Las Vegas, Monday, June 19, 2017.
Las Vegas votes to curb short-term rentals with new homeowner restrictions
Dec. 5, 2018
The new regulations could force all but about 2 percent of the 162 legally operating short-term rentals in the city's jurisdiction to shutter when their special-use permits expire ...
The proposed multiuse International Market Center would be built next to World Market Center, shown in this file photo, on a 60-acre site that already includes three interconnected showroom buildings, a parking garage and three temporary pavilion structures.
Planned expo center would exceed 175-foot height limit
July 28, 2018
International Market Center is applying for a special use permit to allow its proposed expo center to exceed the 175-foot height limit on structures built within a ...
Henderson keeps up pressure on pot dispensaries to find banks
June 19, 2018
Marijuana is illegal under federal law, but officials in Henderson are still urging the city’s five dispensaries to find financial institutions to deposit their cash as soon as possible ...
Henderson Mayor Debra March gives her 2018 State of the City address at Green Valley Ranch Resort on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018.
Henderson mayor reaches deal following ethics complaint
March 30, 2018
Henderson Mayor Debra March has reached an agreement with the Nevada Commission on Ethics following a complaint that she failed to disclose her ...
Holly, 7, and Kenny, 8, assist with feeding the goats at the J.R. Pony Farm in the northwest Las Vegas Valley, Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018.
Northwest valley farm, a family favorite, fears closure if Las Vegas annexes property
March 1, 2018
As Las Vegas tallies annexation protest letters from more than 1,200 residents in unincorporated Clark County, the owners of JR Pony Farm worry they may have to close their doors. The annexation plan would require significant changes at the farm, from reducing ...

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