Every year at around this time, we look back at the good (and bad) times of the previous year.
The year 2017 was another eventful one in business for Las Vegas. While the Oct. 1 mass shooting was the top story, the Raiders’ stadium plans, Faraday’s exodus from Southern Nevada and Caesars’ emergence from bankruptcy were also notable events.
One of the NFL’s fiercest rivalries literally took on new depth Thursday when a man buried a Kansas City Chiefs flag near what is expected to be the 50-yard line of the new Raiders stadium going up on the Strip.
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.
A suburban Chicago woman who has crusaded against gambling for decades has won $25,000 by playing a sweepstakes game at a gambling cafe.
The interim CEO for the local Goodwill branch envisions more stores and donation centers after the nonprofit exits bankruptcy.
Apple is apologizing for secretly slowing down older iPhones, which it says was necessary to avoid unexpected shutdowns related to battery fatigue.
A spokeswoman for Walt Disney World declined to comment on whether the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting at a venue owned by Mandalay Bay prompted the change for its policy.
The Tuscany has completed a propertywide renovation of its 716 suites that began in 2015, officials said Thursday in a statement.