After nearly 60 years of serving everything from enchiladas to rellenos to chicken tortilla soup and fried ice cream, the restaurant located at 8245 W. Sahara Ave., said it would be closing on March 10.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. is in trouble with Nevada regulators — but not explicitly for its board of directors and executives turning a blind eye toward sexual harassment.
Robert Dietz, chief economist at the National Association of Home Builders, spoke with the Las Vegas Review-Journal last week during the International Builders’ Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The NAHB hosted the conference.
Valley Electric Association’s board members are denying allegations of a financial cover-up and have accused the Nye County Sheriff’s Office of acting unlawfully during a search of the cooperative’s offices Friday morning.
Caesars Entertainment Corp is buying a stake in DraftKings as the fantasy sports operator looks set to grab significant wagering market share across America.
How much, if anything, will Wynn Resorts Ltd. be fined by regulators when the Nevada Gaming Commission meets in a special session Tuesday to consider a 10-count sexual harassment complaint from the state Gaming Control Board?