Wynn Resorts has filed a motion to dismiss an invasion of privacy and civil conspiracy lawsuit filed in October by former Wynn Las Vegas salon director Jorgen Nielsen.
The deal is expected to close in the first or second quarter next year and, once complete, will create one of the largest builders in the country.
Former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman helped celebrate the Plaza’s newly revamped William Hill Race and Sports Book by placing the first bet on Friday.
Designed without limitations, the first Dream Home by Scott Living is taking shape in the MacDonald Highlands community.
CBS Sports Digital executive Jeff Gerttula said media companies are proceeding carefully as the new industry unfolds in real time.
Although the $500,000 racked up by Evander Kane is a large sum of money, former NBA champion Antoine Walker upped the ante on his debt.
Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman Tony Alamo says there’s enough new substance in a proposed regulation on discrimination and harassment to consider it on Nov. 21.
Terbine Chief Executive David Knight said he was glad to say goodbye to Silicon Valley six months ago and move his technology firm to downtown Las Vegas.
Area15 is hosting a Christmas ornament drive on Saturday afternoon. Las Vegas locals are asked to donate hand-made ornaments inspired by Area15.
The Review-Journal is one of 23 publications taking part in a Starbucks program offering free digital access to local and national news outlets through its free in-store Wi-Fi.