The city’s rating slid six notches between June 2012 and January 2014, Moody’s spokesman David Jacobson said. The recent upgrade gets the city within one grade of its June 2012 rating of A3.
Nevada dispensaries sold nearly $425 million worth of recreational marijuana and pulled in nearly $70 million in tax revenue in the state’s first full year of sales, officials announced Tuesday.
When it comes to Question 3, the politically charged energy choice measure on the ballot in Nevada, a political line has been drawn over a single term: Deregulation.
Nevada’s largest casino industry trade group is throwing its support behind the effort to break up NV Energy’s electricity monopoly.
Diners may soon be able to bring their favorite bottle of wine to Las Vegas-area restaurants, for a fee.
Estimates indicate Southern Nevada annually collects tens of millions of dollars in room tax from state residents.
U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nevada, raised questions in the nation’s capital Thursday about how to improve cellphone and other wireless connections in the Las Vegas area. But experts say Las Vegas may not have it as bad as other places.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Steve Sisolak told business leaders on Friday that if some Nevadans knew that revenue from a marijuana sales tax isn’t all going towards education, they would not have voted to legalize cannabis.
Dora LaGrande ended her tenure as chairwoman of the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority with a farewell address Thursday that both underscored the agency’s mission and criticized some within the ranks.
Tens of thousands of fashion industry wholesalers and retailers gathered in Las Vegas this week to strike deals and learn the latest industry trends under a cloud ofconcern that trade wars could harm their industry.