by Doug Puppel
Las Vegas has enjoyed a remarkable economic comeback in the decade since the end of the Great Recession.
In the last 10 years,...Read More
This young man Samuel Thomas saw me on TV, his mom was watching KCLV, and thought I seemed like a good guy. He researched me and found out I attended Bishop...Read More
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The historic Hotel Apache is officially back open for business at Binion's Gambling Hall in downtown Las Vegas.
The original hotel...Read More
3-COUNCIL OATH: Councilman Cedric Crear was declared the winner in the Ward 5 primary race. We’ll take you to his swearing in ceremony and hear from him directly as to why...Read More
By Dana Gentry, Nevada Current
A City of Las Vegas councilman is suggesting housing developers be required to include affordable (perhaps even low-income)...Read More
By Mia Sims Las Vegas Review-Journal
Carmen Beals of Summerlin has a love for Las Vegas deeply rooted in the heart of the Historic Westside, she said. She...Read More
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Scheduled to open in 2021, construction on a new 290-unit multifamily community located in Symphony Park in downtown began last week with a...Read More
The road leading into Las Vegas’ Historic Westside is being upgraded beginning Tuesday, in a project to include new fences, medians and stone signs that’s expected to last...Read More
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Doesn't look like much now. However, the City of Las Vegas is hoping a plot of land bordered by Grand Central Parkway and Symphony Park Drive will...Read More
A new Marriott convention hotel for Symphony Park has been approved by Las Vegas leaders, drawing a $95 million investment to an integral downtown development with the...Read More
LAS VEGAS, Feb. 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Allegiant Travel Company (NASDAQ:...Read More
Celebrate Black History with events happening throughout the month. City Councilman Cedric Crear of Ward 5 highlights some of the amazing events taking place and gives a...Read More
The city of Las Vegas plans to hold open about 85 nonessential positions to save $10 million — and dodge the kind of sweeping layoffs that struck the city a decade ago —...Read More
LAS VEGAS - Unemployment is one of the biggest challenges facing Ward 5. Across the city, unemployment stands at 5 percent. However, it rose to 15 percent in Ward 5....Read More
By Jamie Munks / Las Vegas Review-Journal
Las Vegas moved one step closer Wednesday to getting its own art museum, slated to be built just east of the Smith Center...Read More
by Kristy Totten
The City of Las Vegas held a special election March 27 to replace Ricki Barlow.
The former councilman resigned in January and pleaded guilty...Listen to the Audio
By Jamie Munks / Las Vegas Review-Journal
Cedric Crear bested 10 other candidates in Tuesday’s Las Vegas City Council special election to become the first new Ward...Read More
Following his election to the Las Vegas City Council Ward 5 seat in Tuesday’s Special Election, Councilman-Elect Cedric Crear thanked his team, and all his supporters,...Read More
(Las Vegas, NV) Nevada University Regent and Las Vegas Planning Commissioner Cedric Crear today filed his formal candidacy documents for the Las Vegas Ward 5 Special...Read More
LAS VEGAS -- One of the oldest communities in the Las Vegas valley has seen many changes and experienced a decline since its glory days during the last...Read More
UNLV officials react to the news that the Oakland Raiders will be...Read More
UNLV officials this month cited dwindling attendance and poor-performing teams as primary reasons for the athletic department’s...Read More
The Las Vegas Planning Commission voted 4-2 Tuesday in favor of a proposal to put a 61-lot subdivision on part of the closed Badlands golf course.
The proposal will...Read More
A divided Las Vegas Planning Commission on Tuesday night approved a fraction of the more than...Read More
Michael Davis has spent years juggling odd jobs while inching toward a college degree.
He’s worked as a security guard on the Strip, a retail worker at Old Navy, a...Read More
STATELINE — Nevada’s higher education board is weighing a proposal to change the way it oversees some of the state’s schools, a suggestion met with a mix of skepticism and...Read More
Las Vegas leaders on Wednesday filled the gaps left in April by a pair of longtime planning commissioners who were controversially ousted.
Former commissioners Ric...Read More
Cedric Crear was working as chief marketing officer for a financial services company about eight years ago when he came to a life-changing conclusion.
“I said to...Read More
RENO, Nev. (AP) -- Three incumbents and one newcomer have won seats on the Nevada Board of Regents.
Regents Cedric Crear of Las Vegas, Ron Knecht...Read More
The Clark County School Board retained much of the same look after Tuesday's election with all three contested incumbents re-elected for another four years.