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Street food vendors are ‘open for business’ said NV governor; Clark County disagrees
A video showing a violent confrontation between police and a street food vendor near the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign has exposed significant holes in the implementation of a bill meant to bring the iconic retailers out of the shadows.
NV Energy wants Las Vegans to subsidize wealthier Northern Nevadans
Rate scheme incentivizes waste, expense padding by utility, say experts
NV Energy is asking regulators to saddle ratepayers with more than $30 million in expenses the company chalks up to preventing damage from natural disasters, including what experts deem wasteful spending, such as lavish dinners and an outreach event at a Lake Tahoe casino that cost $5,222 and drew ten people.
Photo Journal: Summerlin Fourth of July Parade
On a warm summer morning, neighbors from all across the valley came to Summerlin for their annual 4th of July Parade.
NLV, HUD facilitate home purchase in sinking neighborhood
Bill awaiting governor’s signature would prohibit sales in Windsor Park.
Resort industry pitches regional homelessness project, asks state for $100M
On the third-to-last day of a 120-day legislative session, Assembly Speaker Steve Yeager (D-Las Vegas) and a small army of lobbyists representing the state’s premier industry asked lawmakers to establish a $100 million fund to support the buildout of a “transformational campus” that offers support to the unhoused or people at risk of homelessness.
FBI: Seniors Lose $3 Billion per Year to Financial Scams
One used to go fishing and enjoy the great outdoors. Today Oxford Languages defines “phishing” as the fraudulent practice of sending emails or other messages purporting to be from reputable companies in order to induce individuals to reveal personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers.
Legislation prohibits penalties for street vendors, mandates counties create path to permits
For years, street food vendors have asked lawmakers to update ordinances that create legal and financial hurdles to obtaining a valid permit — but they may have to wait a little longer.
Coffee with a Cop
It’s a typical Wednesday afternoon when several police cars pull up and park outside the neighborhood Starbucks. As a general rule one police car is pretty normal and sometimes there might even be two. On this Wednesday there’s three that are noticeable right away and a fourth pops out from behind another row of cars. What’s going on?
Caution: Months of Roadwork Ahead
With cones and detours sprouting up across the state the patience of commuters is being tested. Of course, making the roadways more efficient, safer, and in many cases bigger is in the best interest of these same commuters. The drivers we spoke to seemed less put off by the inconvenience of the construction than by the longevity of the projects.
Can the VGK go all the way? Futrell & Messier say “Yes!”
As we head into the Stanley Cup Finals on Saturday, one thing is for sure; The winner of this series will bring home the cup for the first time in their team's history. Across Nevada, the question on everyone's mind is will this be the year for the Vegas Golden Knights?

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