Across the Las Vegas Valley, the median sales price of previously owned homes rose 8.1 percent last year, SalesTraq reported. All but three ZIP codes posted increases.
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The video game industry is picking up speed in Nevada, a new report from the Entertainment Software Association shows.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. has reached agreement to pay a $44 million “exit fee” to leave as a retail customer of Nevada Power and purchase its own power supplies on the wholesale market.
The distribution center under construction for sports gear and merchandise manufacturer Fanatics is on track to finish by June.
Plenty of shopping centers in Southern Nevada are filled with retailers and shoppers. But not every plaza is so lucky. Large, empty stores have left gaping holes in some retail centers around the valley.
If you’re old enough to fight and die for your country, you should be old enough to play blackjack and drop a few dollars into a slot machine at the local casino. At least, that’s the logic Assemblyman Jim Wheeler, R-Minden.
Can you define what a “smart city” means for where you live? Neither can many of your local and state officials — but they will tell you that’s the kind of city they want to create.
MAGIC has nothing to do with sleight of hand or illusion, but how the massive fashion convention got to Las Vegas was a pretty good trick.
A California man won $191 million off a Mega Millions lottery ticket he bought in Primm, officials with the California Lottery said Friday.
There were about 47,000 sales of previously owned homes in the Las Vegas Valley last year. But which properties were the most and least expensive?
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