Every year at around this time, we look back at the good (and bad) times of the previous year.
The year 2017 was another eventful one in business for Las Vegas. While the Oct. 1 mass shooting was the top story, the Raiders’ stadium plans, Faraday’s exodus from Southern Nevada and Caesars’ emergence from bankruptcy were also notable events.
More than 35,000 Nevadans have found jobs in the past year — and more than 25,000 of them were from Las Vegas, according to a new state report for November.
If Bob Swift has his way, there could be plenty of planes — maybe even some spacecraft — at his dream New Southwest Air Space Flight Museum.
The interim CEO for the local Goodwill branch envisions more stores and donation centers after the nonprofit exits bankruptcy.
The Tuscany has completed a propertywide renovation of its 716 suites that began in 2015, officials said Thursday in a statement.
The Raiders have agreed to meet all of Clark County’s infrastructure requests to mitigate the impact of building a 65,000-seat NFL stadium west of the Strip, county comprehensive planning director Nancy Amundsen said Wednesday.
Tesla took a new approach to U.S. home solar installations in the beginning of the year with its SolarCity subsidiary. Its consequences impacted the entire industry.
This New Year’s Eve will mark a first for the Metropolitan Police Department: the first time it will use drones to monitor one of the largest New Year’s gatherings in the United States.
Las Vegas grocery chain Mariana’s Supermarkets will open its fifth location in the valley during the first quarter of 2018.