The Las Vegas Review-Journal takes a look at the top moments from 2016.
The organizers of CES are proving again that technology reaches all corners of life and that’s exemplified in the selection of the 2017 show’s opening keynote address.
Las Vegas’ never-boring real estate market didn’t disappoint in 2016. There were plenty of deals, and some were more unusual than others. Here’s my list of the top 10 of 2016.
Used car dealer CarMax will construct a third location in Las Vegas and begin hiring in early summer.
This rural Southern Nevada outpost doesn’t seem like an ideal spot for new real estate projects. But for Las Vegas broker and investor Mason Harvey, Indian Springs is ripe for construction.
A former Las Vegas company mounted a novel defense in dispute over $1.1 million contract with NHL’s Minnesota Wild.
People waiting for a rental car at McCarran International Airport can soon pass the time with a familiar brand of coffee.
Southern Nevada visitation numbers were flat in November, but the region is still on track to break 2015’s record of 42.3 million tourists for the year.
Electric-car maker Tesla is seizing on next week’s Las Vegas consumer electronics show to host investors and analysts at Gigafactory 1, the sprawling Reno plant where it makes batteries and energy storage packs.
The Wal-Mart under construction in the southwest valley will start to hire in the spring.