HEY, EVERYBODY, WE’RE BACK
February 15, 2008 - 10:00 pm
While Rep. Dina Titus tries to change the slot machine jackpot threshold, there are things casino players should do to prepare for the possibility of winning big money.
Vincent Tatum, a Virginia native and Army veteran, is the new president of Grand Canyon Development Partners.
Two tickets in California matched Friday’s winning numbers of 7, 13, 22, 28 and 29.
The north Strip isn’t overrun with tourists, and it still has big pieces of land. But the area has gained momentum.
Dan and Judy Del Rossi have sold their Las Vegas business, Tiffany Couture Cleaners. The sale closes out a five-decade run for the family.
Southern Nevada graduating medical students celebrated their matches with residency programs Friday. But Nevada medical school deans fear a “brain drain.”
An unnamed slot player hit a jackpot of nearly $500,000 at a Strip resort Friday morning.
Hundreds of employers will be looking to fill thousands of job openings during the annual Spring Job Fair on March 24.
Allegiant Stadium continues to prove itself as one of Las Vegas’ biggest draws with nearly 1.7 million fans attending events at the $2 billion facility in 2022.
A short-term rental association is asking the Nevada Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of Clark County’s ordinance regulating short-term rentals.