Gold and precious metals continued to reign as Nevada biggest export commodity in 2015, amounting to roughly half of all exports for the year, according to a report released Friday by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
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Cathy Williams worked her first day Monday as a warehouse order processor at Beyond the Rack. She got her job through Manpower Las Vegas, for which she's worked many jobs, including convention worker, truck driver and hostess.
The number of jobless Las Vegans continued to fall in October as the city's service industries grew.
A Henderson custom-home community has closed on the second-priciest local residential land sale of 2015.
Nevada's jobless rate continued to slide in October. The unemployment rate dipped to 6.6 percent, down from 6.7 percent in September and 7.2 percent in October 2014, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.
The Great Recession delivered a major blow to the Las Vegas restaurant market, but now the local restaurant scene has recovered to the point that it is among the most competitive in the country.
Las Vegas added 20,800 jobs and the jobless rate fell to 6.8 percent in September compared to August, state officials said Tuesday.
The number of unemployed Nevadans slipped to a seven-year low in September as the state's unemployment rate fell.
New quick-serve and fast-casual burger joints are popping up in every type of setting in the Las Vegas market these days.
In a sign the Las Vegas apartment market is improving, a California company is under contract to purchase a senior housing complex utilizing funding from online investors.
The Nevada Employment Security Council on Thursday recommended a slight dip in the state unemployment insurance tax rate that businesses pay to cover jobless claims.
Nevada's consumers were in spending mode in July. Spending surges in key retail categories powered strong gains in taxable sales in the month, the state Department of Taxation reported Tuesday.
Southern Nevada had fewer unemployed residents in August.
Americans want higher wages. Pay hasn't budged in years. It's a problem that goes far beyond those earning minimum wage and fighting for $15 an hour.
When tourists roll in from California next year, they'll get a glimpse of cars traveling up to 120 mph. And they won't even be on Interstate 15.
Nevada's jobless rate went unchanged from July to August, sticking at 6.8 percent.
A pine tree was placed during the "topping off" ceremony at the nine-story, 201-room Lucky Dragon hotel-casino on Friday. The hotel is on a 2.5-acre site near Sahara Avenue and the Strip.
While a roller-coaster on Wall Street this week has left investors exhausted, potential borrowers may benefit, at least in the short term, from the tumultuous trading in securities markets.
The Las Vegas Valley's jobless rate held steady at 7 percent from June to July.
Wall Street posted its sharpest rally of the year on Tuesday, as investors snapped up beaten-down stocks a day after the market's worst performance in four years on fears about China's economy.
U.S. stock indexes plunged almost 4 percent on Monday as investors, rattled about China's economy, sold heavily in an unusually volatile session that confirmed the S&P 500 was formally in a correction.
Nevada was awarded a $300,000 federal grant to help fund ongoing initiatives with China and Poland, the Governor's Office of Economic Development announced Monday.
Nevada set a third straight quarterly record for its number of employers. The state had 62,500 employers in its unemployment insurance system in the second quarter, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported Thursday.