Rio’s relatively new ownership got the green light Thursday to eventually hold a gaming license, setting it up for full oversight of the property in the next couple of years.
An early proposal by Sightline Interactive and Sightline Payments is no longer under consideration by Nevada gaming regulators.
Despite not being able to host fans for the entire 2020 NFL season Allegiant Stadium still played a vital role in advertising Sin City during a rocky year.
A federal judge on Thursday rejected a request to restore the Henderson-based, right-wing social media platform Parler after its account was shut down in the wake of the attacks on the U.S. Capitol.
American Nevada Co. is scheduled to hold a ceremonial groundbreaking Tuesday for Green Valley Town Center Apartments, a 300-unit complex along Olympic Avenue just west of Mountain Vista Street.
Nevada’s jobless rate dropped to single digits last month for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, but labor force participation also fell dramatically in December.
Southwest Airlines is set to add two more connections between the Silver and Golden states.
Hughes Corp. plans a 10-story office building and a luxury 295-unit apartment complex as the next phase of its Tanager rental property.
The familiar format of speakers, videos and display booths by local businesses that is the annual Preview Las Vegas goes virtual this year, thanks to meeting restrictions.
A Nevada drilling company is suing Elon Musk’s Boring Co. for trademark infringement, claiming that it started using the “Boring Company” name more than a decade before Musk’s company was founded.