Clark County’s crackdown on illegal short-term vacation rentals resulted in a record-shattering number of investigations last year.
The city of Las Vegas and International Market Centers are poised to ink a deal to bring a multimillion-dollar expo center to downtown Las Vegas.
The meetings will open the public comment process on a proposal to build wind turbines along a 22-mile stretch of the Nevada-California border adjacent to three federally protected areas.
The company seeking to develop the Badlands golf course is suing Las Vegas in District Court, alleging the city delayed a decision on the plans to first adopt an ordinance that will “severely delay and ultimately prevent development of the property.”
Nevada’s abundant sunshine, which often attracts businesses, will be one of the biggest challenges for a new bitcoin mining company setting up in Las Vegas.
Legacy Golf Club owners will head to trial Wednesday to continue a legal fight with residents who want to enforce a deed restriction that prohibits redevelopment.
The Environmental Protection Agency rolled back 22 regulations last year that saved $1 billion, including one that will benefit hard-rock mining companies that operate in states like Nevada, Administrator Scott Pruitt said Monday.
A select group of 20 to 30 companies from Poland will compete next month to set up operations in Nevada.
A Nevada nonprofit running the state’s program to help homeowners struggling with mortgages violated its own policies and awarded contracts without competitive bids, the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program said Thursday.
Rep. Dina Titus has sent a letter to the U.S. attorney general’s office asking for an opinion to keep internet gambling legal.