WOODLAND, Calif. — California’s deepening drought is shrinking its rice harvest, and that’s bad news for farmers, migratory birds and sushi lovers.
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Spiking sales of cars and meals out helped drive strong gains in taxable retail sales statewide and in Clark County in August.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. said Tuesday the company had a 1.4 percent dip in revenue in the third quarter, but results from the casino operator’s Strip properties boosted profits.
Southern Nevada’s tourism economy took the foot off the gas in September, improving at a rate that wasn’t as robust as it had been in recent months.
RENO — Of all Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki’s tourism experiences, it was a Las Vegas event that grabbed the most interest — and the most razzing — from friends and industry colleagues in a tribute lunch at the Governor’s Conference on Tourism on Tuesday.
LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. — The number of Californians whose personal data was hacked last year jumped sixfold to 18.5 million accounts and as many as a third of those people will become victims of fraud, says California Attorney General Kamala Harris, in a new report on data breaches in the nation’s biggest state.
While a stadium funding debate rages in Las Vegas and MGM Resorts International forges ahead with its arena construction on the Strip, the valley’s newest and most unique sports facility will hold an inaugural event in a few days. There will be bowling. And horses.
Retailers will add up to 7,600 seasonal jobs in Nevada during the upcoming holidays, officials for the Retail Association of Nevada said Wednesday.
The state’s jobless rate dips to 7.3 percent as job growth surges at its third-highest pace since November 2008, according to new numbers.
Many thousands of Americans who lost their homes in the housing bust, but have since begun to rebuild their finances, are suddenly facing a new foreclosure nightmare: debt collectors are chasing them down for the money they still owe by freezing their bank accounts, garnishing their wages and seizing their assets.
The opening of Downtown Summerlin will dramatically change the commercial real estate market in Southern Nevada, five senior industry executives agree. But they differ on just how those changes will be felt in the valley’s submarkets.
Health insurance is one of the most important purchases you’ll ever make. And because the time to buy is right around the corner, we’re here to help you brush up on the basics.
Downtown Las Vegas finally has its grocery store. The Market debuted at 611 East Fremont Street Thursday afternoon, accomplishing one of Tony Hsieh’s visions for revitalizing the area when he started the Downtown Project.
It’s here. After six years of economy-related delays, Downtown Summerlin’s 1.6 million-square-foot outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment center opened this morning to floods of consumers flowing into stores.
After a six-year development hiatus, Downtown Summerlin’s 1.6 million-square-foot shopping, restaurant and entertainment center opens at 10 a.m. Thursday.
Nevada’s population could end up growing by more than 290,000 from 2000 to 2020, the Nevada State Demographer’s Office at the University of Nevada, Reno, reported Wednesday.
The median price of Southern Nevada homes sold rose slightly in September although home sales edged down, a report released Wednesday shows.
None of the key economic indicators in think-tank Brookings Mountain West’s newest Mountain Monitor have returned to their pre-recession levels. Rather, Southern Nevada’s recovery could best be described as “steady, plodding, broadly based progress.”
On Monday, the Chinese gaming market was red-flagged when Wells Fargo Securities gaming analyst Cameron McKnight became the latest Wall Street researcher to post warning signals.
The state’s unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since August 2008, as construction companies, professional firms and tourism businesses added workers, the state reported Friday morning.
A report by Nevada officials shows initial claims for unemployment insurance are in line with what they’ve been over a 20-year average.
When developer Prologis breaks ground Tuesday morning on its 464,203-square-foot Las Vegas Corporate Center No. 19, it will be the first time since the recession that a large-scale, speculative building has been attempted in the local market.
A new federal rule could keep thousands of local buyers out of the housing market longer than they expected.
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