Nevada’s manufacturing industry is heating up. But it’s not the type of manufacturing you might think.
The Capitol One/Junior Achievement Finance Park, set up in the Las Vegas Library, aims to help students plan for their futures by placing them in difficult financial scenarios drawn from real life.
A Clark County District Court judge said the city of Las Vegas “abused its discretion” in approving a developer’s plans for condominiums on the Badlands golf course without a major modification to the master plan.
Owners of the Hard Rock Hotel are in talks to sell the Las Vegas resort, and plans call for billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Hotels to operate it, two people familiar with the matter said Friday.
Golden Entertainment Inc. announced late Thursday the pricing of its underwritten secondary public offering of 6.5 million shares of common stock to be sold by certain of its shareholders at a public offering price of $28 per share.
The Las Vegas Valley branch of a water bottle manufacturer expects to open a second local factory with at least 40 new jobs.
In the months since Oct. 1, sellers have gone online to post about an inventory of items supposedly associated with the Strip shooting.
On Thursday, the School Board is set to hear a presentation from Capital Dynamics, an independent global asset manager, to discuss “potential energy savings” of millions of dollars for the district.
The federal Bureau of Land Management will auction 755 acres of Las Vegas Valley land next week.
The Nevada Board of Regents has voted 11-1 in favor of a joint-use agreement that enables the UNLV football team to use the planned $1.9 billion football stadium being built by the Oakland Raiders.