The state’s unemployment rate held steady at 7.1 percent from January to February, as job formation surged and people entered the labor pool, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported Friday.
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Nevada and Delaware formally launched their online poker network Wednesday, connecting players between the two states.
An insurance company is collaborating with the city of Las Vegas to post warning signs alerting motorists to keep an eye out for motorcyclists.
Elaine Wynn was asked Wednesday why she undertook a costly and nasty proxy fight to regain her seat on the Wynn Resorts Ltd. board of directors. Instead of answering directly, she refocused the question. “Maybe that’s something you should ask the company,” Wynn, 72, said.
A lawyer who made his name as a Watergate prosecutor was approved on Wednesday to begin investigating a series of corporate deals in the lead-up to the bankruptcy of the casino operating unit of Caesars Entertainment Corp
The company that hopes to develop a low-speed “party train” from Southern California to Las Vegas is making another run at starting an operation, hoping to have trains running by New Year’s Eve.
As GlobalShop 2015 descended on Mandalay Bay Convention Center on Tuesday, the merchandising display and design show conveyed how technology will help improve the consumer experience in retail environments across the country.
The National Hockey League’s ruling body, the Board of Governors, is meeting in Las Vegas in June, fueling speculation that the NHL might announce at that time that Las Vegas will be getting a big-league team led by prospective owner Bill Foley.
Somer Hollingsworth, executive vice president at the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance, will retire March 31 after nearly 20 years with the LVGEA and its predecessor organization, the Nevada Development Authority.
Judges rule that jurors should have been told defendant Heidi Haischer was refused medical treatment for a broken leg until she signed false documents.
A Southern California man has filed a class-action federal lawsuit against The Venetian and Palazzo alleging the Strip resorts charge hidden resort fees.
Private entity groups would be allowed to place pooled wagers at Nevada sports books under a bill making a comeback in the Nevada Senate. Recently introduced Senate Bill 443 would allow a business entity to register with state gambling regulators and place big bets on football, basketball, boxing and other sports.
There is a common belief that the best investment options require a lot of money to get started, but the reality is there are investments that allow you to start with as little as a $10 per month contribution, or a one-time deposit of $25.
A Republican state lawmaker’s move to raise Nevada’s base wage appears popular, though progressives want more.
More than 10,000 pizza makers, ingredient providers, pizzeria workers and their fans gathered at the Las Vegas Convention Center Tuesday for the opening of the International Pizza Expo — one of the tastiest trade shows on the city’s convention calendar.
After being sued by MGM, a marijuana company has agreed to stop calling itself “M’Life,” a name almost identical to that of MGM’s member rewards program.
The Transportation Security Administration’s Precheck trusted traveler program enrolled its 1 millionth member last week, just more than a year after the program began. More than 13,000 Las Vegans are part of the program.
Kenneth Houng became one the Strip’s first Asian casino hosts when he joined Caesars Palace in 1982. “Caesars was the place to work. Everybody who worked for Caesars was very proud,” said Houng, 78, who retired in 2012. Today, after his pension checks have stopped, he has a much different feeling about Caesars.
Overcast skies couldn’t keep the sun from shining on Tuesday’s groundbreaking event to launch construction of a 15-megawatt solar project at Nellis Air Force Base.
A policy address by Macau’s top government official this week wasn’t the uplifting and positive message the casino industry and the investment community were hoping to hear.
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA has set a date for the ground breaking of its southwest Las Vegas store.
The public relations industry’s top publication has named Caesars Entertainment Corp. Executive Vice President Jan Jones Blackhurst as the “CSR Professional of the Year” for leading the casino company’s efforts in diversity, social and environmental responsibility, and philanthropy.
U.S. aviation regulators on Tuesday unveiled a new policy to speed up approval for the use of commercial drones in the United States under certain conditions.