Security screeners at airports nationwide discovered a record number of firearms and unusual items in carry-on bags last year — including a grenade found in a bag in Las Vegas.
One segment of the MAGIC fashion convention, which wrapped up Thursday in Las Vegas, features young, up-and-coming businesses.
You don’t need to look very far at MAGIC to find entrepreneurs who are taking what could have been trash and turning it into, if not necessarily treasure, at least an ambitious business model.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. is teaming up with Turner Sports to develop gaming content as casino operators tussle for market share in the fast-growing wagering industry.
Kyle B. Rahn will lead an organization that unites more than 300 workplace campaigns, 400 nonprofit organizations, 2,000 volunteers and 20,000 donors.
For couples quickly seeking a marriage license in time for Valentine’s Day, Clark County believes it has a solution: A pop-up office at McCarran International Airport.
The operator of Southern Nevada’s Tropicana and M resorts narrowed losses and reported record fourth-quarter revenue Thursday thanks to its acquisition of Las Vegas-based Pinnacle Entertainment, completed in mid-October.
In 2016, Nevada’s middle class made up 52 percent of the population, a 5 percent drop from 2000. The gap between household income and home price in Clark County has also been growing, according to Pew Research.
Spend enough hours walking through MAGIC, and almost all of the fashion starts to blend together. Even the patterns that resemble the aftermath of Jackson Pollock getting sick on sangria and Skittles.