Only a few major league football stadiums and baseball parks in the U.S. have retractable roofs that open and close depending on the weather. But Jackie Robinson is trying to make sports facility design history by building his arena with a retractable roof.
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It looks like an innocuous request — Caesars Entertainment asking Clark County to expand the Strip’s Gaming Enterprise District to include a 38-acre parking lot behind The Linq. But the request has generated more than 50 emails from irate residents.
It’s been one of the big unknowns of the upcoming open-enrollment session: Will consumers burned by a flawed system the first time around give the state exchange another chance? The answer is important.
Southern Nevada tourism officials haven’t lost sight of keeping the “international” in McCarran International Airport. Since the airport’s $2.4 billion Terminal 3 opened in June 2012, McCarran has been among the fastest-growing international gateways in the United States.
The past 10 years covering gaming nationally and internationally have been nothing short of a theme park thrill ride that Disney’s greatest designers couldn’t conjure. Las Vegas hit an apex in 2007, only to be brought low by recession. The market is slowly recovering.
Less than a year after the National Finals Rodeo nearly left Las Vegas for new pastures, the Super Bowl of rodeos and Las Vegas have patched things up and look to celebrate the NFR’s 30th year in Southern Nevada next month.
No one wants to plan for the worst, but, unfortunately, no one is safe from the worst-case scenario, either. Getting into your first car accident is a big ordeal — not just for your nerves, but for your wallet, too.
Lucky Foo’s Restaurant & Bar in at 8955 S. Eastern Ave. in Henderson opened on Friday.
The board of directors for Southwest Gas Corp. on Friday declared a first-quarter 2015 cash dividend.
WSS, a major California-based footwear retailer, is holding a ceremony in North Las Vegas on Saturday to mark the opening of a new store.
Tom Hawley climbs aboard the KSNV-TV’s traffic helicopter well before sunrise to get the first look at what the day will bring. It’s something he’s done at Channel 3 for nearly 20 years, one of the longest tenured television news reporters in the Las Vegas market.
Fifty years ago, Bonanza Airlines Flight 114 from Phoenix was on approach to McCarran Field when it slammed into the top of the mountain and tumbled, scattering wreckage across the rocky plateau. The crash killed everyone on board — 29 people doomed by a faulty chart in a freak snow storm.
You feel like you’ve made it — you have a job, a sufficient paycheck and are supporting yourself. You should feel secure and stable, and yet you’re finding yourself struggling to make ends meet and grow your savings account at all.
Nevada Power has asked the state Public Utilities Commission to reconsider its October decision to reject construction of a 200-megawatt solar project on the Moapa River Paiute Indian Reservation.
Ultimate Gaming, the nation’s first legal and regulated real money online wagering website, said Friday it was ending its Nevada-based operation, citing a lack of profitability from the 19-month-old business.
Martin-Harris Construction announced Thursday it’s selling the assets of the Las Vegas commercial and residential construction company with revenue of more than $200 million a year.
A California-based company specializing in artificial grass has put down roots in Las Vegas.
With fall comes open-enrollment season for health insurance. Beginning Saturday, hundreds of thousands of Nevadans will be able to sign up for subsidized coverage under the Affordable Care Act through Nevada Health Link.
ATLANTIC CITY — Trump Entertainment Resorts said Thursday it will close the Taj Mahal on Dec. 12 if its main union doesn’t drop an appeal of a court-ordered savings package.
Casino giant Caesars Entertainment Corp., attempted to clarify planned cost-saving measures Thursday, saying it will reduce its 68,000-person workforce nationwide by less than 1 percent.