Judge rules the Online ride-sharing company’s refusal to subject itself to state regulations for taxi and livery drivers puts Nevadans at risk.
The Nevada Supreme Court decided that a judge in Reno, not Las Vegas, should hear a bid to block ride-sharing company Uber Technologies from operating in the state.
Study on economic impact since Insomniac event first came to town
Think tank report recommends stepping up advanced training in science, technology, engineering and math so the state can diversify its economy.
It’s a new look and a new attitude for The LINQ Hotel and Casino.
The ruling stems from a 2009 class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of six dancers at Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club; it says dancers are not independent contractors and deserve at least the minimum wage.
Project led by former UNLV and NBA player going in near old Wet’N’Wild location
Nevada utility regulators rejected a plan for a $438 million solar facility that was being planned for the Moapa River Paiute Indian Reservation as part of an NV Energy effort to retire coal-fired electricity generators by the end of 2017.
Nearly 12% drop along The Strip; 6% decrease statewide
Slow, steady growth over same month last year