The Carolina Panthers didn't exist and Peyton Manning was in high school when Congress halted expansion of legal sports wagering in the U.S. in 1992.
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Tax season is almost here, and with it comes all the usual issues of paperwork and confusion. But this year might be especially difficult as there are several new developments on the tax front.
Casino giant Las Vegas Sands Corp. will lead a consortium of investors planning to build a $1 billion domed stadium on 42 acres near the University of Nevada, Las Vegas that would house the school's football team — and possibly a National Football League franchise.
Craig Moon has been named publisher of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the newspaper announced Thursday.
The clock is running down on a deal that would keep Super Bowl 50 on the air for nearly half of the local TV-viewing market.
Retail sales across Nevada rose at a healthy rate in November.
Hawaii's attorney general issued a formal advisory opinion on Wednesday that said daily fantasy sports contests, such as those run by FanDuel and DraftKings, constitute illegal gambling under existing state laws.
JetBlue Airways Corp. joined a string of airlines offering to refund customers with tickets to areas impacted by the Zika virus, a mosquito-transmitted illness that has been linked to birth defects in thousands of babies.
A key housing indicator showed little improvement at the end of 2015, heralding the potential for a slower local real estate recovery.
Macau's "challenging" casino market drove Las Vegas Sands Corp. to marked declines in the gaming company's profits and revenue in 2015.
Allegiant Travel Co. rode a double-digit percentage increase in network growth and plunging fuel costs to another profitable quarter and year, company officials said Wednesday.
The only news that may be better than McCarran International Airport reporting the third-busiest year in its history is that 2016 is projected to be even bigger.
With four days left in the sign-up period, Nevada's health insurance exchange is closing in on 80,000 customers.
The staff was still scurrying around, moving equipment into place and unpacking signs, during the Jan. 13 grand opening of Downtown Crown.
Wynn Las Vegas LLC has gone to court to challenge the $15.7 million fee it must pay to leave as a retail customer of Nevada Power Co. and secure its own energy supply on the wholesale market.
Big gains in several key employment sectors pushed down the Las Vegas Valley's jobless rate in December.
MGM Resorts International said on Tuesday that the Park on the Strip will debut April 4.
Victoria Hogan wanted to all but shake up the concept of a Las Vegas wedding, and Elvis impersonators need not apply.
Persistence paid off for a local real estate investment and management company looking to capitalize on planned Strip development.
Wall Street rebounded over 1 percent on Tuesday, driven by a surge in oil prices and strong quarterly results from 3M, Johnson & Johnson and Procter & Gamble.
If no one in your house has an Amazon Prime membership, chances are that your neighbor does. Nearly half of U.S. households have an Amazon Prime membership, according to a report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.
America's job market will officially include Uber drivers and all other workers in the "gig economy" next year.
Three years after the head of the U.S. Treasury Department's federal money laundering unit told the gaming industry it needed to clean up its casinos, operators have heeded the advice.