The video game industry is picking up speed in Nevada, a new report from the Entertainment Software Association shows.
Jeanne Phatdoung didn’t know what to expect five years ago when she packed up and left her hometown of Modesto, Calif., to break out in Las Vegas’ hospitality scene.
As usual, stakes are high for those placing bets on the Super Bowl. This year, for those who can’t handle the pressure, a local Las Vegas startup is offering a way out.
As Dave Williams recalls, his announcement to a Southern California sheriff’s department that he decided to retire from law enforcement and join the world of beef jerky manufacturing surprised some of his colleagues.
Zikiz, which sells wraps and Mediterranean food in Henderson, will open its second location in the valley in February.
One of Paul Murad’s better gifts this holiday season came a couple of days before Christmas in the form of a deposit for the newest tenant in a Main Street building downtown.
Wearable technologies, also called “smart” apparel and accessories, were a hot topic at CES, which opened Thursday and ends Sunday.
Nevada transportation officials, taking advantage of companies coming to Las Vegas for CES 2017, tapped about 100 transportation-companies to pitch them on a partnership.
If everything had gone to plan, Las Vegas would have dozens more condo and hotel towers than it does now. That was the vision of the bubble years last decade, and one of the biggest evangelists of the “Manhattanization” of Las Vegas was Richard Lee.