McCarran International Airport had its largest post-recession month-over-month passenger percentage increase in July, breaking the 4 million barrier for the first time in more than seven years.
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For U.S. coffee shops, business usually cools down as the weather heats up. However, Americans' year-round thirst for cold coffee has been rising for years.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. said late Friday it reached agreement with its largest lender group over the restructuring of the company's bankrupt operating division.
Lisa Escobar traded velvet ropes for vintage chairs. Escobar had a quintessential Vegas dream job managing high-end nightclubs Tryst and XS inside the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. But as much as Escobar loved it, that job wasn't a calling.
Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft will be allowed to operate at McCarran International Airport and when they do, they'll have designated pickup areas for customers to find their rides.
Culinary Union Local 226 members and supporters protest in front of Trump International on Friday.
No longer must you limit your scathing, one-star reviews to that overpriced Italian restaurant with the lousy osso buco. Yelp has announced an agreement with the federal government to allow the TSA and other federal agencies to claim Yelp pages and respond to reviews.
Businessman Bill Foley's bid for a National Hockey League team in Las Vegas has reportedly moved to the next phase of consideration. The NHL will continue evaluating Foley's business plan for a franchise, which could potentially start playing at the new $375 million MGM Resorts International-AEG arena on the Strip by the 2017-18 season.
CARSON CITY — NV Energy says the 235-megawatt cap on net metering capacity was reached at 8 p.m. Thursday.
WASHINGTON — A conservative legal foundation has sued the Justice Department for documents that might shed light on a controversial 2011 policy change legalizing gambling over the Internet.
Shares of Wynn Resorts Ltd. hit a 52-week low as gaming industry stock prices slid with the rest of the stock market during Friday's 530 point Down Jones tumble.
Donald Trump's financial disclosure revealed that the celebrity politician isn't only making his money through real estate or the TV shows the public has grown to love. Here are nine ways Donald Trump makes his money:
Some taxi and limo operators sought clarity on Thursday on how the state Taxation Department would collect a new 3 percent tax and whether they could pass it on to their customers through a tariff modification.
Nevada Public Utilities Commission staff has estimated that it would cost three major Las Vegas gaming companies nearly $131 million to "exit" Nevada Power Co. as customers and buy their electricity on the open market.
What happens in China doesn't stay in China. And Las Vegas gaming operators and the city's tourism industry are going to feel the effects of the recent depreciation of the Chinese currency.
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.
Nevada gaming regulators on Thursday approved the $360 million sale of the Tropicana Las Vegas to regional casino giant Penn National Gaming and the transaction is expected to close next week.
Harrah's New Orleans gaming revenue climbed more than 26 percent in July, reversing a nearly 30.7 drop a month earlier, which casino officials blamed on a citywide smoking ban that began in April.
A global company that specializes in marketing to millennials has acquired a travel website based in Las Vegas.
California prosecutors have broadened their civil lawsuit against popular online ride-sharing service Uber, alleging that its background checks missed people previously convicted of murder and sex crimes, court records show.
A federal lawsuit is demanding that Costco label much of the shrimp it sells as the product of human slavery.
For a minute, Christine Malloy was very worried. As a frequent flier, she was used to rough landings once in a while. But Malloy could tell this landing was different.
The Silver State ranked No. 4 for foreclosure activity in the month, with one in every 587 homes in some stage of the default process, California research firm RealtyTrac reported Wednesday.