Las Vegas

For rapid housing relief, Nevada's biggest county went digital

by • 6 months ago

New software from IBM eliminated the need for Clark County, Nevada's 2.2 million residents to visit an office in person to drop off applications for housing assistance.

Las Vegas reports experiencing 'cyber compromise'

by • 1 year ago

City officials acknowledged a network security incident that may result in brief service interruptions to residents, but few details of the event have been disclosed.

LocalSmart city winners emphasize flexibility, empathy in service

by • 2 years ago

The winners of the GoldenGov: City Executive of the Year award say their passion for their work and the citizens they serve define their public sector careers.

Las Vegas tests new sensors to make one-way streets safer

by • 2 years ago

A yearlong pilot with Nevada, Dell and NTT uses infrared and lidar to detect collisions and monitor for cars going the wrong direction on one-way streets.

Business group says it's building $7.5 billion 'smart city' inside Las Vegas

by • 2 years ago

"Bleutech Park," backed in part by Cisco, claims it will include robotic security services, buildings made from "self-healing concrete" and an augmented-reality mode.

Two Las Vegas roadways digitized for autonomous vehicles

by • 2 years ago

Rules of the road have been put into a digital format and served up to highly autonomous vehicles operating in the region.

For police officers who don't wear their body cams, watchdogs call for stricter penalties

by • 3 years ago

Most officers in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department wear their body cameras, but some say the department is too lenient on the 20 percent that don't follow policy.

Body-worn cameras reduced complaints and increased savings in Las Vegas police study

by • 3 years ago

A decrease in use of force complaints is among several major benefits found by researchers.

U.S. safety board officially investigating autonomous shuttle collision in Las Vegas

by • 3 years ago

Though reportedly caused by human error, the incident could be a learning experience, the government says.