The first piece of the 126-by-126-foot Palace Station train marquee has left the Station.
Roughly 58 percent of Southern Nevadans are planning a vacation before June 21, according to AAA’s poll of 250 people mostly living in Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas, with a handful of responses from Moapa Valley, Boulder City and Pahrump.
Palms employees are on the verge of being unionized. The Culinary Union has been authorized to represent about 900 workers at the off-Strip property following a two-day union representation election completed Saturday.
The Public Utilities Commission on Monday voted to adopt a report that details the potential impacts that the Energy Choice Initiative, or Question 3 on this November’s ballot, including higher energy rates and negative effects on Nevada’s rooftop solar industry.
Barry Green only said he would consider challenging the leadership at his union in an upcoming election.
The latest audit on the Tesla factory also shows that the company has hit its milestones to receive state tax credits.
The new owners of the Mount Charleston Lodge have been dreaming about their new property for years.
Nevada casinos made it three for three in 2018, collecting more than $1 billion in gaming win for the third straight month in March, the state Gaming Control Board reported Monday.
By all accounts, the new Raiders stadium in Las Vegas is well on its way to being completed before the 2020 NFL season.
T-Mobile and Sprint announced Sunday that they reached an agreement to combine into a new company that would reshape the U.S. wireless landscape by reducing it to three major cellphone providers.