The link between achievement and income is well documented, but a new study has confirmed that the effects of poverty on children are physiological as much as they are social.
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The U.S. Transportation Department on Friday began an investigation of possible price gouging by four American airlines in the aftermath of a deadly Amtrak crash in Philadelphia in May.
Passenger traffic at McCarran International Airport continued its torrid pace in June, with numbers 5.8 percent ahead of June 2014’s total to 3.91 million people, the Clark County Department of Aviation reported Friday.
The investment community knew the answer going into Boyd Gaming Corp.'s second-quarter earnings conference call.
Cab company owners attending Thursday's Nevada Taxicab Authority session called it the most important meeting in the board's history. It's not hyperbole.
Southwest Airlines, the market leader at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport, posted its ninth straight quarter of record profits, the Dallas-based airline reported Thursday.
The state Bureau of Consumer Protection has proposed that state regulators authorize a minimum of an additional 17.5 megawatts of net metering capacity so that the rooftop solar industry is not disrupted in Nevada.
Clark County Credit Union (CCCU) ended the second quarter with average monthly earnings of $1.1 million for a total of $6.62 million for the year to date, officials said Thursday.
State gaming regulators said Thursday they wished all mergers were this easy. Golden Gaming's $341 million combination with Minnesota-based Lakes Entertainment was approved Thursday by the Nevada Gaming Commission.
Millions of Americans depend on monthly child support checks to help cover the bills. In fact, for many single parents, those checks are a vital part of household income.
Summer is the prime time for purchasing new homes and moving. Certain warning signs during an open house, however, should have you questioning a property. As you embark on your open house adventures this summer, watch out for these red flags to avoid buying a money pit.
CHICAGO — Caesars Entertainment Corp. may be closer to joining its operating unit in bankruptcy after a federal judge refused to protect the casino company from creditor lawsuits seeking up to $11 billion, sending its stock plummeting.
Growing pains.That's how Atomic bartender Jeff Grindley sees downtown Las Vegas and its recent cluster of bar-restaurant closings from the Fremont Street corridor to the Arts District.
Aside from a short message posted to the venue's Facebook page, and an equally brief statement issued by Mark Rowland, chief executive officer of Downtown Project Ventures, there was no reason given for the closure.
It hasn't been a quiet year for MGM Resorts International. The general belief is that it's going to get much louder.
CHICAGO/SAN FRANCISCO - Macy's Inc. is expanding same-day delivery to several new U.S. markets this summer, one of the most aggressive pushes by a brick-and-mortar retailer in an area dominated by e-commerce giant Amazon, according to a Macy's official.
Assessing the viability of a potential solar power project comes next for the energy company that secured the lease of public land near Laughlin at Tuesday's Clark County Commission meeting.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. struck an agreement with a large group of the company‘s second-tier debt holders, which could smooth out the bankruptcy reorganization of the casino operator‘s largest business division.
The gaming industry‘s worst-kept secret became official Tuesday.
Mandalay Bay may be the most pet-friendly resort in town this week. That's because through Wednesday, SuperZoo — the most popular trade show for the pet store industry in North America — is in Las Vegas with more than 20,000 people at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
Next time you‘re upset with your paycheck, just remember you‘re rich compared to the rest of the world.
The Las Vegas PBS Workforce Training and Economic Development program as well as the Vegas PBS Described and Captioned Media Center have teamed with casual restaurant chain PDQ to raise money for each group.
Unemployment in Las Vegas rose in June despite job growth. Local joblessness came in at 7 percent in the month, up from 6.6 percent in May but down from 8 percent in June 2014, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported Tuesday.