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Former Las Vegas city councilman Bob Beers is planning a return to political life.
It wasn’t a good night for incumbents. Or negative campaigning.
But did Tuesday’s election have more to do with low turnout than anything else?
A new plan has been released for the development of the shuttered Badlands Golf Course, which calls for a boutique hotel, more than 2,000 multi-family units and 65 homes spread across the 250-acre property.
Neighbors of these rentals have complained for years about parties, residential streets lined with cars, and noise into the wee hours of the morning.
Las Vegas Councilman Bob Beers squared off with his general election challenger Steve Seroka in a Nevada Public Radio debate Thursday.
Steve Seroka is a third candidate seeking the seat representing Ward 2 on the Las Vegas City Council.
Christina Roush is a real estate agent and has been involved in some redevelopment in downtown Las Vegas.
And she wants Bob Beers' seat on the Las Vegas City Council
Bob Beers has been on the Las Vegas City Council since 2012, when he won a special election in a landslide. A year later, he ran again and won easily, with 76 percent of the vote.
Las Vegas Councilman Bob Beers says he was threatened politically if he failed to side with residents of the posh Queensridge community in their effort to halt a multi-family residential developmen
Having been around for a few months ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft are here to stay.
These are companies that act like taxis but aren’t regulated quite the same way.
Downtown Las Vegas has changed immensely since 2008. That was the year the city sank into the depths of the recession.
No matter the time of day, the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas always lives up to its name.
Just under a month ago, Governor Brian Sandoval was hailed wide and far for pushing through a budget that increased taxes to raise money aimed at improving Nevada’s school system.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A group of conservative Nevada Republicans are trying to place a $1.4 billion tax package approved and supported by Gov. Brian Sandoval on the 2016 ballot.
CARSON CITY (AP) — Republican Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Beers says he's dropping his long-shot bid for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Democratic Sen. Harry Reid.
Roof rats, species name Rattus rattus, are taking the valley by storm, according to exterminators.
The Las Vegas City Councilman for Ward 2 is seeking the Republican nomination for Sen. Harry Reid's seat.