Nevada’s taxable sales increased 15 percent from March 2016 to March 2017, the Nevada Department of Taxation reported.
A dip in convention traffic and one fewer weekend day in April compared with last year kept visitation flat for the month, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reported Wednesday.
A rooftop solar group on Thursday questioned figures from NV Energy that suggest a bill seeking to restart net metering in Nevada would cost ratepayers as much as $48 million a year.
Environmental groups file administrative protest over planned June 13 auction for new oil and gas leases across almost 196,000 acres in central Nevada, calling the action a prelude to a possible lawsuit.
GasBuddy.com reports the average retail price of a gallon of gasoline in the state has increased more than 7 cents in the past week, to an average of $2.82. That’s according to a survey of more than 1,100 gas outlets in Nevada.
The first interstate linking Las Vegas and Phoenix will ease traffic congestion and offer a spectacular vista above Lake Mead, transportation officials promised Friday during a tour of ongoing construction.
Paul Thomsen has resigned as a member of the Public Utilities Commission. He gave no reason for his departure in his letter of resignation, which is effective May 15. Thomsen was appointed to the post by Gov. Brian Sandoval in September of 2015.
Laughlin Bay Marina, built along the Colorado River last decade, seems like a sleepy space. But now, its new owner is betting the facility can become a destination resort.
Service Employees International Union is being sued by a union member who hopes to reverse a recent takeover of local operations.
The state’s top gaming regulator said Friday that he’s concerned about political influence on the oversight of Nevada’s dominant industry and has nothing against Attorney General Adam Laxalt, a prospective Republican candidate for governor.