The State of Nevada is safeguarding more than $650 million in unclaimed property, some of which may belong to you.
If approved, Convention and Visitors Authority president Rossi Ralenkotter’s salary will go to $320,000.
Nevada’s unemployment fell below to 7.9 percent in May, its lowest point in nearly six years.
The Electric Daisy Carnival kicks off tomorrow at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. EDC is a three day event which features electronic dance music. It brings in hundreds of millions of dollars to the Las Vegas economy.
Initial claims for unemployment insurance in Nevada fell 23 percent in May compared with the same month last year.
In the midyear economic outlook report, released today by the UNLV Center for Business and Economic Research, economists report a positive outlook for the remainder of 2014 and through 2015, with momentum increasing each year.
The higher cost of living in Clark County means you’ll soon be paying more at the pump.
Companies bored with a dot-com Web address can now spice things up with a dot-Vegas suffix.
Union members at another downtown Las Vegas casino-hotel won’t be going on strike.
A statistical snapshot of Las Vegas visitors finds a younger crowd with fewer gamblers spending more money on food and drink than five years ago.