Real estate observers said they’re watching how strict construction-defect rules that took effect in February will shape the market for condominiums and townhomes.
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As SLS Las Vegas nears its one-year anniversary in August, it’s become clear the north Strip hotel is having trouble finding its niche in the resurgent Strip market.
Budgeting sometimes gets a negative reputation as a practice reserved for people who can’t manage their money when, in fact, not having a budget is likely to jeopardize your finances — and worse, your credit score — regardless of how good you think you are at managing your accounts.
As national debate swirls around the Confederate flag, Las Vegas business owners say products with its emblem are suddenly hot sellers.
Climatologists agree that July 24 is the hottest day of the year, but the tenth of every month during the summer feels the hottest to me … that’s the day our electric bill arrives in the mail. Follow these tips to stay cool and save some cash this month.
Clark County officials hope to spur solar energy development on thousands of acres of county-owned land near Laughlin, after a larger effort to boost development fizzled.
The “happiest place on earth” is a top destination on many families’ bucket lists, though admittedly, it’s not the most budget-friendly vacation spot. However, if you plan ahead, this magical, unforgettable destination doesn’t have to put a large dent in your budget.
The Justice Department has sent subpoenas to several major airlines as part of an investigation into “possible unlawful coordination” to limit capacity increases, and thereby keeping ticket prices high, a department spokeswoman said Wednesday.
The woes haven’t ended for enrollees who had first-year sign-up troubles through the state’s health insurance exchange. Officials with Nevada Health Link said Wednesday that some consumers sent the wrong paperwork to qualify for an exemption from a federal tax for being uncovered in 2014.
At the World Series of Poker, Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, is a celebrity. In the last five sessions of Congress, Barton has either been the primary sponsor or signed on to a bill that would legalize Internet poker in the U.S. His most reason version of the measure was introduced on June 25.
As the nation emerged from the Great Depression and World War II raged abroad, Delbert Machabee and Frank Morrill opened a small office supplies and stationery store in downtown Reno. Seventy-five years later, the company is known as Machabee Office Environments, and Delbert Machabee’s grandson, Scott Machabee, is company president.
Temperatures may be soaring, but Nevadans should see a dip in their energy bills under an NV Energy rate decrease that took effect Wednesday. In Southern Nevada, the average monthly bill of $154.54 will drop about $4.84.
From repossessions to investor purchases, the Las Vegas Valley managed to stay off of every top five list marking housing distress in May, according to California research firm RealtyTrac.
Las Vegas City Council members on Wednesday put off approval of a gaming license sought by popular tavern chain operators at Dotty’s, delaying action on a controversial license at least one council member had hoped to deny.
Residents in the Juhl building in downtown Las Vegas are only an elevator ride away from a new cocktail lounge that has just opened on the ground floor.
With Fourth of July falling on a Saturday this year, some valley officials are expecting travel to the Las Vegas Valley to compete with the biggest events and holidays of the summer.
Real estate developer Donald Trump’s string of luxury hotel properties, The Trump Hotel Collection, could be the latest victim of credit card breach, KrebsonSecurity reported, citing data shared by several U.S.-based banks.
The oldest of the pedestrian bridges that crisscross the Las Vegas Strip will be overhauled in a $26 million upgrade that will be paid for by the people who use them most — Las Vegas tourists.
Mark Frissora took over as CEO of Caesars Wednesday, replacing Gary Loveman, who remains as the company’s chairman.
Macau’s nearly three dozen casinos collected $2.172 billion in gaming revenue in June, a 36 percent decline compared to a year ago.
This fall, MasterCard will start experimenting with a new program: approving online purchases with a facial scan.
A Georgia law firm says the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas owes it $3.4 million — money a partner improperly transferred from the firm’s accounts in 2012 for gambling there. The firm, Morris Schneider Wittstadt, recently made the allegation in a federal lawsuit filed in Las Vegas.
Culinary Local 226 and Ultimate Fighting Championship are mixing it up again, and this time the Clark County Government Center has become the Octagon.
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