While Southern Nevada residents are thankful for falling gasoline prices as they drive during the Thanksgiving holiday, the sudden drop over the last month has left many puzzled why it's taken so long.
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The holiday shopping season is in full swing. As you're buying holiday gifts and checking off your shopping list, you should also keep in mind retailers' return policies. There's a good chance that something from your holiday shopping trips will get returned, since two-thirds (68.6 percent) of consumers indicated last year that they returned gifts most or some of the time
Nevada's attorney general said he plans to sign a letter supporting a bill backed by billionaire casino owner Sheldon Adelson that would ban Internet gaming nationwide and end the state's online poker business.
The managing general partner of a Summerlin shopping center objected to Smart & Final taking over a lease to replace Haggen, according to bankruptcy court documents.
CARSON CITY — Draft orders posted Wednesday by state regulators would allow three major gaming companies to leave as customers of Nevada Power Co. and secure their own electricity supplies on the open market, but only upon payment collectively of $126.6 million in exit fees.
The holiday season is upon us, and that means consumers across the country are already scouring the internet and shopping malls in search of the best deals. While there are lots of great offerings at this time of year, money-savvy shoppers know a secret for saving big bucks: free samples.
Moody's Investor Service upgraded its view of Las Vegas-based Affinity Gaming Wednesday, crediting the casino operator's third-quarter results.
Las Vegas-based timeshare developer Diamond Resorts International acquired a small rival for $85 million, giving the company ownership of nine properties primarily in Canada, California, Florida and Mexico.
The 2015 Nevada Legislature adjourned on June 1, but the session never ended for state gaming regulators.
The number of jobless Las Vegans continued to fall in October as the city's service industries grew.
A progressive political group that called this month for a federal investigation of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson retracted several of its statements Tuesday and apologized to the billionaire casino owner.
Passenger traffic at McCarran International Airport broke the 4 million mark for the second time this year, all but assuring that the airport that serves Las Vegas will have more passengers in 2015 than last year.
Back in the day when managers and "leads" roamed the Zappos.com headquarters, it would have been a mighty feat to allow workers to have dogs at their desks at the online shoe and clothing retailer.
Las Vegas may be going solar. City leaders on Tuesday announced a three-year deal with NV Energy they hope will see every city-owned streetlight, park, community center, fire station and public building powered by renewable energy by 2017.
A second Federal Trade Commission investigation into the business practices of the Ultimate Fighting Championship's parent company in three years has been closed without further action being taken by the commission.
An Illinois investment firm has returned to the Southern Nevada market with its purchase of a power retail center in Henderson.
Eldorado Resorts completed its $72.5 million acquisition of MGM Resorts International's holdings in downtown Reno on Tuesday and did so without having to sell additional stock in the company.
Meat fans in Las Vegas will receive another option as Canada-based PigOut Catering and its spinning whole-roasted pigs are coming in Las Vegas.
After a monthslong back-and-forth that included quiet threats to leave the grid, Las Vegas may soon reach a new utilities deal with NV Energy.
With Thanksgiving and the December holidays being so close together, you might be especially budget-conscious. If you are hosting Thanksgiving this year, here's a breakdown of what it could cost you.
A mortgage company will pay back Nevada homeowners for fees that it incorrectly charged.
A California company completed the acquisition of a 356-unit Las Vegas senior apartment complex by soliciting investors online.
A Henderson custom-home community has closed on the second-priciest local residential land sale of 2015.
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