Wynn Resorts fired two top executives in 2013 for unauthorized gambling, lawyers said Tuesday during a court hearing.
Software company Adobe hosts its annual digital marketing conference in Las Vegas this week.
Tech employment in the United States expanded by nearly 200,000 jobs in 2017 to 11.5 million workers, according to a Tuesday report by technology industry association CompTIA.
A March survey found that 80 percent of state departments of transportation around the country — including Nevada — are using unmanned aircraft systems.
Lights from JR Reid have lit up most major film projects in the Las Vegas Valley.
The owners of the Badlands golf course in Las Vegas filed a federal lawsuit Monday against the city and Councilmen Steve Seroka and Bob Coffin, claiming bias and arguing city officials’ handling of plans to develop the course have violated their 14th Amendment rights.
Las Vegas homebuilders are off to a heated start this year, helped by the improved economy and shortage of resales, says a new report.
An important vote went as expected Tuesday. Attention now reshifts to Southern Nevada.
Longtime Las Vegas Review-Journal newsman Glenn Cook was promoted Tuesday to the position of executive editor and vice president for news.