The way Jennifer Holub sees it, there are three sources of funds for victims of the Oct. 1 shooting, and “everyone’s basically screwing everyone.”
The Culinary union will ask Las Vegas casinos and hotels to supply guest room attendants with so-called panic buttons amid growing national attention to the issue of workplace sexual harassment.
Thursday’s scheduled special meeting of the Las Vegas Stadium Authority has been canceled and approval of a stadium development agreement has been pushed back to March 1.
Nevada’s largest school district — the fifth biggest in the nation — could become the first major public entity to leave NV Energy under a proposal headed to school board trustees this week.
With fewer foreclosures and underwater borrowers in Las Vegas, distressed-home sales fell to the lowest level in years in 2017, newly released data show.
Dim lights, stained carpeting and concrete pillars didn’t exactly scream Las Vegas for airline passengers passing through Terminal 1 at McCarran International Airport.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. on Wednesday shrugged off tepid results at its Las Vegas properties with strong efforts in Macau and Singapore to post double-digit percentage increases in revenue and earnings in the fourth quarter.
A mysterious software firm is buying more than 60,000 acres of land in a Northern Nevada industrial park, a landmass triple the size of Summerlin
Starbucks is giving its U.S. workers pay raises and stock grants this year, citing recent changes to the tax law.
The Regal United Artists Showcase Theater, which was the only movie theater on the Strip, has been closed and will be replaced with a new tenant, owners of Showcase Mall said.