After nearly a year in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, home builder American West Development Inc. won court approval to return to mainstream commerce.
The owners of the now-shuttered B.B. King’s Restaurant & Blues Club will continue their legal battle against former landlord The Mirage.
Vacancy rates have started trailed off, rents and values have risen, the number of bank failures has plunged, hordes of fresh capital have moved into the market and interest rates have remained at record lows.
To try to jump-start the stalled construction-defects litigation, CityCenter has asked the Nevada Supreme Court for a quick hearing and decision on a key lower-court ruling that went against it.
The owner of two casinos on Fremont Street Experience gained a second chance to press his case that he had lost business due to unfair competition from mobile bars owned by neighbors.
An obscure component of Nevada's push to attract new business quietly disappeared Friday, when the state eliminated its Office of Diplomatic Relations and Protocol.
Allegiant Travel Co. continued its patterns in recent months of expanding its flight schedule faster than it attracts passengers.
Frontier Airlines will farm out about 40 full- and part-time employees, its entire presence at McCarran International Airport to a contract vendor.
Southwest Airlines, the market leader at McCarran International Airport, will add a new destination with a once-daily nonstop flight to Flint, Mich., on Aug. 11. Currently, there are only connecting flights between Las Vegas and Flint.