Senate Bill 220 goes into effect on Tuesday, giving consumers more ability to keep websites from selling their information to third-party firms.
CarParts.com is the latest company to choose Southern Nevada for a distribution center, joining firms such as Smith’s Food and Drug Stores and Amazon.com.
Thousands of origami Japanese maple leaves billow above the Aria’s main lobby to celebrate the turn of the season.
The Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Title Max broke state law by offering loans twice as long as state law allows, thus overcharging customers, but the company won’t have to pay damages because it didn’t willfully violate the law.
The Nevada Taxicab Authority unanimously voted Thursday to set up a six-month pilot program, set to begin Jan. 1, breaking the Las Vegas Strip into three zones.
A 44-year-old man has pleaded guilty in the slaying of a Venetian executive during a company picnic at Sunset Park.
City officials and business leaders officially welcomed the first seven tenants of the International Innovation Center @ Vegas, an 11,000 square foot coworking space.
The fast-food restaurant chain announced Wednesday that job seekers can simply summon Alexa or Google Assistant to help begin the application process for a job with the company.
The lawsuit alleges the termination of the JOA “will eliminate the Sun newspaper by leaving it with no infrastructure within in which to produce, print and distribute its newspaper.”
Matter Real Estate Group recently obtained a $150 million loan to help pay for UnCommons, a mixed-use project in the southwest valley.