Delaware will begin full-scale sports betting next week, wasting no time after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling cleared the way for states to implement wagering schemes.
Negotiations between Las Vegas hospitality unions and casino operators continued into the night Thursday with little expectation that a deal would be reached by a midnight deadline, but also little chance of an imminent strike.
NV Energy announced plans Thursday to add six new solar projects in Nevada in what it said is the largest clean energy investment in the state’s history.
The $75 million Maya Entertainment Center being built across the street from North Las Vegas City Hall will span more than 67,000 square feet when it opens by Christmas.
Local governments and the state of Nevada offered online retail giant Amazon a package totaling $800 million in tax savings to build its second headquarters in Southern Nevada.
Starting Friday no new homes will be built in Southern Highlands until a long-awaited sports park is completed.
Nevada’s gaming industry ended its three-month string of billion-dollar monthly wins, but continued to produce stellar numbers in April.
The Trump administration announced Thursday it will impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Europe, Mexico and Canada after failing to win concessions from the American allies.
Sears will close 72 stores, possibly more, after reporting $424 million first-quarter loss, the company said Thursday.
Fourteen former hair stylists and nail technicians at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ Violet Hour salon have filed a lawsuit inClark County District Court against the resort’s parent company.