Super Bowl prop bets at Westgate in Las Vegas were released on Thursday, Jan. 24. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Brandon Dunham of Nevada-based Franklin Armory show off the company’s new rifle prototype it calls a “nonsemi-automatic” weapon. The gun does not use a gas system to fire.
ART Concrete Solutions, a Las Vegas concrete-repair firm, addresses the challenges of construction in the extreme heat and sun of Las Vegas. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
Semco Modern Seamless Surface, a Las Vegas surface engineering company, knows how to put color in concrete construction in the Vegas heat. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
The Raiders are looking for better defensive prospects at the Senior Bowl due to the results of the 2018 season. Michael Gehlken goes over what the Raiders general manager and head coach are looking for at this years Senior Bowl.
James Herndon recounts the day in January of 2018 when he alleges group of Henderson police officers and their sergeant beat him and jolted him with a stun gun as he tried to stop a shoplifting suspect. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada’s growing economy and the largest tax hike in Nevada history, passed just four years ago, have given Sisolak record amounts to spend. And spend he does, seeking to increase the state budget by over 10 percent or around $900 million.
Southern Nevada homebuilders last year closed the most sales in more than a decade. But the market is expected to cool off in 2019. Builders closed 10,669 sales last year, up 14% from 2017, according to Home Builders Research. The Las Vegas firm is forecasting a roughly 5% drop in closings and permits this year. Home Builders Research President Andrew Smith
Our ability to grow relies heavily on current and future conservation of our water supply. To that end, SNWA has increased the rebate for home owners to convert turf to desert landscaping.
The Water Question Part 4 teaser