Tourism experts are saying the three-day Labor Day weekend that begins Saturday will bring the heat — and it has nothing to do with Las Vegas temperatures.
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Burger King has extended an olive branch to longtime rival McDonald's -- an offer to collaborate on a bold new hybrid frankenburger called the McWhopper. But McDonald's has said no.
A member of the Nevada Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday filed a draft order in the net metering debate proposing to allow potential rooftop solar customers to install panels under the current rates and rules.
Southwest Bikes co-owner Ted Jewell tells the story of a man who bought a bicycle from Wal-Mart that was still in the box, then called the Southwest Bikes retail shop and wanted a mechanic to assemble it for $20.
Last week the casino operator, which made tremendous strides toward completing the complicated restructuring of its bankrupt operating unit, committed public relations suicide.
Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft got a preview on Tuesday on the concepts that Clark County officials are incorporating into proposed regulations.
An arbitrator has awarded a contract in favor of Clark County, ending the county's two-year stretch of negotiations with its largest union.
It's generally assumed that greater wealth leads to happiness. But instead, the opposite might be true: Happiness leads to greater wealth, and several recent studies support this idea.
Energy technology is on the cusp of a renaissance that will change how the world generates and stores power, a top Tesla executive told a Nevada business conference on Tuesday.
In no other area is economic revival more prevalent than in the northwest edge of the valley.
The Denver City Council is taking its time deciding whether Chick-fil-A, whose CEO is opposed to gay marriage, should be allowed to open a restaurant in the Denver airport.
Wall Street posted its sharpest rally of the year on Tuesday, as investors snapped up beaten-down stocks a day after the market's worst performance in four years on fears about China's economy.
Chipotle is going on a hiring spree and wants to bring on 4,000 new employees in one day. The company said Monday that it's planning a mass hiring for September 9 that would increase its workforce by about 6.7%. On that day, every Chipotle across the U.S. will open early to interview 60 applicants at each location.
President Barack Obama came to Las Vegas Monday to talk about renewable energy, and he started with a bit of advice for the crowd of about 1,000 cheering attendees.
It's a daunting task keeping up with all those stadium, arena and ballpark proposals in the Las Vegas area. As a service for those keeping score, here's a lineup of proposed venues and where they're at.
Since starting his presidential campaign, Donald Trump has made a series of controversial statements that his detractors say have disparaged women and immigrants. Surprisingly, his statements have seemed to endear him more than they've hurt him among likely primary voters. His business contacts and corporate partners, however, are not as understanding.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority's compensation committee was in a generous mood Monday, recommending an increase in President and CEO Rossi Ralenkotter's salary that would put him in the top 20 of Nevada's public officials.
Technology and diversity are the key to a strong corporate America, says Apple CEO Tim Cook, which is why his company is giving iPads and Macs to public schools around the country.
Southern Nevada taxi rates will go up at the end of the week with a slight bump in the drop and mileage rates and a 3 percent tax that also will affect limousines and transportation network companies.
Sen. Harry Reid on Monday called on NV Energy to "get real" about rooftop solar or risk alienating customers and perhaps losing in court.
U.S. stock indexes plunged almost 4 percent on Monday as investors, rattled about China's economy, sold heavily in an unusually volatile session that confirmed the S&P 500 was formally in a correction.
A man wanted by police in connection with several casino heists was high on cocaine when police shot and killed him at the Rio last December, a Metro detective testified Monday.
Talk about timing. A Las Vegas-based gaming company found itself front and center during one of stock market's wildest days on record.