More than 35,000 Nevadans have found jobs in the past year — and more than 25,000 of them were from Las Vegas, according to a new state report for November.
If Bob Swift has his way, there could be plenty of planes — maybe even some spacecraft — at his dream New Southwest Air Space Flight Museum.
When an outlet mall opened nearly 20 years ago in this casino outpost, management expected big things.
The first lien was filed on Strip gunman Stephen Paddock’s house in Mesquite since the Oct. 1 attack, but it wasn’t from victims or their families.
Tesla Motors Inc. received more than $151 million worth of Nevada tax benefits last fiscal year, according to documents filed in November with the Governor’s Office of Economic development.
Baby boomers who helped Lake Tahoe’s ski industry expand are skiing less and millennials are not hitting the slopes nearly as much as the previous generations, said Ralf Garrison, founder of DestiMetrics, a resort lodging analytics firm.
Locally based data center company Switch has named Kimberly Sheehy as the successor to board member Larry Krause, who died in October.
Job openings have been at or near record high levels since June — with around 6.1 million job openings nationally, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
State officials are hoping to land Nevada in one of five guaranteed spots in a federal drone program.
It took nearly the entirety of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s two terms as Nevada’s governor, but the state has finally paid off a nearly $800 million debt to the federal government.