Work at the site hasn’t even begun, and the NFL stadium in Las Vegas already faces its first possible construction delay.
Someone could be $700 million richer when the Powerball numbers come up Wednesday night. But if the winner — or winners, for all you office pool lottery players — is a Nevada resident, they will have had to make a drive to get the lucky ticket.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday shortened by three weeks a public comment period for a study that will determine whether the Raiders’ proposed 225-foot-tall stadium would impact jetliner traffic at McCarran International Airport.
The owners of Fremont Street’s Neonopolis are beginning to pay down their hefty debt to Las Vegas.
The hearings that begin Monday will review NV Energy’s filing for a proposed rate structure because of a new state law intended to boost the growth of net metering in Nevada.
Councilman Bob Coffin hopes a new city rule takes sexually oriented stores in downtown Las Vegas from seedy to spruced-up.
County commissioners voted Tuesday to create 94 full-time positions spanning multiple departments. Funding the new workers is expected to cost the county about $7.8 million over the next year.
The city launched a 24-hour hotline Tuesday so residents can report noise, trash, parking issues and other nuisances from short-term rental properties in their neighborhoods.
The Las Vegas Stadium Authority will get its first look at the details of the financing of the 65,000-seat domed football stadium when it meets Thursday, a day after Clark County officials conduct a high-impact project hearing on the development.
The news this year that Cashman’s convention areas will close left the trade and consumer show organizers surprised and scrambling to find space for the events they often book over a year in advance.