Months after buying a chunk of land just east of the Strip, a Southern California investor has picked up a high-end apartment complex nearby.
On a sunny Wednesday afternoon 30 years ago, The Mirage opened its doors, cementing the future of the Las Vegas Strip.
Roosevelt Toston knew he didn’t want to pick cotton for the rest of his life in Louisiana. So he decided to move to Las Vegas and made history on broadcast television.
Plans include a 2.3 million-square-foot, $327 million manufacturing facility as well as buildings that would be leased or sold to others.
Justice of the Peace Harmony Letizia said recent defense attacks on the Review-Journal’s reporting in the LVCVA criminal case were not appropriate and irrelevant to the push to make public the full police report.
Customer service provider Alorica Inc. will host a job fair this week to beef up staffing in Las Vegas.
The Fremont Street Experience is planning to add an LED sign that pays tribute to the rich history of downtown Las Vegas.
Almost two years after it announced the purchase, Wynn Resorts does not have a plan for the former Alon site.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority will seek approval for a marketing and advertising partnership with the Raiders during its Thursday board meeting. The 10-year deal would cost $30 million in tax dollars.
The rapidly growing optical and sunglasses brand out of New York will open its first brick-and-mortar shop in the state at 11 a.m. Saturday.