Construction is dormant on the site of the former Fergusons Motel. And while officials with Downtown Project have not cited any difficulties with plans for the shuttered motel at Fremont and Eleventh streets, they said they want to “get it right the first time.”
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McDonald’s says it is testing an artificial preservative-free version of Chicken McNuggets, which have practically become synonymous with hyper-processed foods since they were introduced in the 1980s
After finding himself in an alcohol-free bus adventure with his friends, what could have been a sour situation instead became a sweet and profitable endeavor for Leif Pearson, the owner of Momenti Spirited Ice Creams.
Boyd Gaming, the company that left the Strip in the rear-view mirror to focus on downtown Las Vegas and the city’s locals market, on Tuesday announced its seventh straight profitable quarter, capping a week that included two announcements to buy three properties.
The federal Bureau of Land Management on Tuesday sold its largest amount of land in a single auction since Southern Nevada’s boom era.
Massachusetts will collect less gambling tax revenues if two casinos rather than one are allowed to open in its southeastern corner near Rhode Island, a state consultant’s report released Tuesday suggests.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air will donate office space on the company’s campus to Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada next year.
The real estate investment trust that owns the M Resort in Henderson on Tuesday reported flat first-quarter earnings that still exceeded Wall Street profit expectations.
Home prices in 20 U.S. cities rose less than forecast in February from a year earlier, which bodes well for prospective buyers.
The saying goes that the house always wins. In Red Rock Resorts’ upcoming initial public offering, the Fertitta brotherscertainly stand to come out on top.
Las Vegas-based Boyd Gaming has acquired Cannery Casino Resorts LLC and its two Southern Nevada hotel-casino properties for $230 million.
The Oakland Raiders will seek relocation to Las Vegas if a domed stadium is built here, according to two reports. Both Sports Illustrated and the Bleacher Report reported Monday that Raiders owner Mark Davis will pledge Thursday to move the team to Southern Nevada if a 65,000-seat stadium is built along Tropicana Avenue near the Strip.
New-home sales slipped 1.5 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 511,000, the Commerce Department said Monday. That ratehas steadily dropped from 519,000 in February and 521,000 in January. Sales plummeted 23.6 percent in the West, which has been prone to volatileswings in sales as one of the nation’s priciest housing markets.
When Richard Yukes and Bella DuPrie first drove through the guard-gated entrance of The Ridges in Summerlin, they discovered a new place to call “home” with the Spring Mountains of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area in the backdrop.
Nevada college students have a chance to work with Faraday Future this summer, well before the burgeoning electric car company opens a $1 billion, 3-million-square-foot factory in North Las Vegas.
The state Gaming Commission is deciding this week whether to award the state’s third and final gambling license to a developer seeking to build a $677 million resort on the Brockton Fairgrounds.
The federal government on Tuesday will hold its largest local public-lands auction in 11 years, as the Bureau of Land Management puts 40 parcels totaling nearly 900 acres in southwest Las Vegas, east Las Vegas and Henderson up for sale.
The Stratosphere Las Vegas, a vision of casino owner, poker player and promoter, the late Bob Stupak, turns 20 on April 30. The casino will formally celebrate the birthday on May 1 with specials and giveaways for Nevada residents.
CVS sells a wide range of products — from food and household goods to small appliances. In short, this popular drug store chain offers convenience. However, you have to make sure that you’re not paying too much for that benefit.
Many voters might still be undecided about who they want to be president. However, taking a look at the 2016 presidential candidates’ purchases might provide a glimpse — if only just for fun — into their lifestyles and characters.
North Las Vegas-based Gaming Partners Interntional Corp. plans to purchase a subsidiary of Entertainment Gaming Corp., the companies announced Friday in a statement.
McCarran International Airport’s longest runway is open again after the completion ahead of schedule of the second phase of a pair of half-year repair projects.
Picture a Las Vegas nightclub filled with stationary bikes. That’s exactly what it feels like inside XCYCLE, an indoor cycling studio that debuted last week at Boca Park in western Las Vegas.