The Las Vegas Valley, home of the nation’s largest landfill, will soon welcome the country’s largest residential recycling center.
Maria Matta-Caro, editor of the Spanish-language El Tiempo, has been named publisher and editor of the weekly publication, Mark Ficarra, publisher of Las Vegas Review-Journal, announced Friday.
The Nevada Transportation Authority has revoked two operating certificates for CLS Transportation, throwing 60 employees out of work.
Flip Arbelaez returns to Southern Nevada with a new restaurant and business concept.
The boutique motel rooms have new floors, furniture and paint. The flowers in the center of the property are in full bloom. The road surface is cobblestones, not asphalt. And a small wooden pavilion provides much-needed shade.
The groundbreaking for Jackie Robinson’s $1.4 billion arena and hotel project on the Strip on Wednesday fueled talk that the National Basketball Association will have a team in Las Vegas one day.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said Wednesday that a decision by the Nevada Public Utilities Commission to reject a 200-megawatt solar project on the Moapa River Paiute Indian Reservation is a setback for all Nevadans.
RW Garcia, a family-owned corn-based chip and snack maker from San Jose, Calif., has opened a 63,000-squre-foot manufacturing plant in unincorporated Clark County near North Las Vegas.
North Las Vegas didn’t win the battle for Tesla in Northern Nevada, but the legislation that made the battery gigafactory possible holds the answer to North Las Vegas’ financial problem, according to the city’s mayor.
Uber, which last week brought its controversial ride-sharing app to Nevada, is battling opponents and gathering support with an online petition drive before it faces a Clark County District Court hearing Wednesday.