The Las Vegas Review-Journal takes a look at the top moments from 2016.
November and December now account for less than 21 percent of annual retail sales at physical stores, down from a peak of over 25 percent, and experts believe it’ll keep dropping.
A local business owner claims she is actively being pushed out of business by waste-management company Republic Services.
Can you wait until the last minute to send Christmas presents and expect them to be delivered? In a word, yes.
Nearly 200,000 people have posted on Twitter using #BoycottDelta after a video surfaced showing two men being removed from a Delta Air Lines flight for reportedly speaking Arabic on the phone and making passengers uncomfortable.
The U.S. auto safety agency has opened an investigation into complaints that another 1 million Fiat Chrysler vehicles can roll away after the owners shift transmissions into park, a problem similar to the one being blamed in the death of Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. said “bonjour” to Southeast Asia on Tuesday, opening the 3,000-room, $2.7 billion Parisian Macao with a flurry of fireworks and an electrifying lighting of its half-scale Eiffel Tower on the Cotai Strip.
Wynn Las Vegas is setting a new standard on the Strip: all 4,748 guest rooms will be equipped with artificial intelligence by next summer, the company announced Wednesday.
Two men’s very winding roads converged in Las Vegas, eventually creating the Nevada H&C Distilling Co., which opened last year.
Cuisinart is voluntarily recalling about 8 million food processors after dozens of consumers reported finding pieces of broken blades in their food.