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The City of Las Vegas has voted to demolish the remaining buildings on the historic Moulin Rouge property.
The Moulin Rouge was once the glittering center of the Historic Westside in Las Vegas.
Woodlawn Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Las Vegas.
The City of Las Vegas wants motorists to be aware of changes coming to Main Street that will make the thoroughfare a one-way street.
Las Vegas City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to loosen restrictions on sex shops in the city's downtown.
Officials in Las Vegas are warning the recreational marijuana industry against any advertising that can be considered promoting public consumption.
The City of Las Vegas will have some new faces around city hall this week.
Las Vegas has been named one of the most livable cities in America during the U.S. Conference of Mayors this weekend.
The winning cities were selected by former mayors from a pool of over 150 applicants.
Short-term rentals, like Airbnbs, will soon need special-use permits to operate in the city of Las Vegas.
Neighbors of these rentals have complained for years about parties, residential streets lined with cars, and noise into the wee hours of the morning.
The Las Vegas City Council approved a $1.4 billion budget this week for the upcoming fiscal year to begin on July 1.
For the better part of a decade now, there has been a familiar face inside Las Vegas’s City Hall.
Las Vegas City Council is considering restricting short-term rentals, like those advertised by services like Airbnb.
CDBG funding pay for food banks, parks, housing and more in Southern Nevada.
Las Vegas was one of eight cities to receive letters from The Justice Department today, which threatened to withhold grant funding if they don’t affirm they are providing required cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
Las Vegas city manager Betsy Fretwell announced this week that she will retire from the city after more than 25 years in public service.
If something doesn’t smell right in Las Vegas, most people here know to move on.
But what if that bad smell is literally emanating from your neighbor’s house?
Las Vegas officials are looking to crack down on nuisance smells with a piece of equipment called the "Nasal Ranger," which is used to determine whether a smell is potentially harmful.
An app created by the City of Las Vegas knows history, park amenities and more.
Ally Haynes-Hamblen is the new of director of the Las Vegas Office of Cultural Affairs.
Just north of the Strip, lies another parking puzzle – the city's Downtown.
The City of Las Vegas made an announcement last month that kinda got lost in the hubbub of politics and holidays.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas officials have agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft over a driver fee the city tried to impose this year.
Republic Services has had a lid on Southern Nevada trash contracts for decades.
The graduation rate of Hispanic students at Valley High School in 2015/16 was almost 70 percent. This is just below the percentage of Asian graduates.