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.
Another downtown Las Vegas casino-hotel has reached a contract deal with culinary and bartender union members ahead of a threatened strike this weekend.
With a potential strike looming, two more downtown properties have reached tentative contract agreements with culinary and bartender union members.
There will be 12 marijuana dispensaries in the city of Las Vegas, and the council has decided where they can be located.
Clark County will assume control of newsracks on the Strip beginning in January.
Las Vegas-based Home Builders Research say 428 new homes were sold in April, which is down 34 percent from the same time last year.