Superlatives are still coming in for Saturday night’s thriller between Alexander Gustafsson and UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.
Citigroup Inc. will eliminate 760 jobs in its Las Vegas mortgage unit through layoffs starting in December, the company announced Monday. The cuts will eliminate more than two-thirds of the mortgage unit staff based at 8725 W. Sahara Ave. Work will end for most on Dec. 20.
The man who police said died from a road rage incident Saturday morning has been identified.
Las Vegas volunteers of the Salvation Army are in Colorado to assist victims of last week’s flood.
Wynn Resorts Ltd., locked in a legal battle with its former vice chairman and co-founder Kazuo Okada, has suggested several changes to bylaws that govern how the board of directors operates.
In many folks’ eyes, it was quite a gamble. But Jordan Butler never saw it that way. He had a women’s tennis tournament that was flat-lining in terms of interest, so he figured if he thought outside the box and it didn’t work, he wasn’t any worse off than when he started.
Arnold M. Knightly has been named editor of Las Vegas CityLife, the area’s oldest and most independent alternative weekly newspaper.
For more than two decades, Pat Mulroy has served as Southern Nevada’s “water czar” and the chief protector of its meager share of the Colorado River. On Monday she said the time has come to step aside.
Around 30 large dolphins beached themselves in northeastern Brazil over the weekend, and news reports said Monday that at least seven of them had died.