Videos from the state’s largest news-gathering organization are now available on your TV. The Las Vegas Review-Journal has started a channel on the Roku streaming service.
Cat lovers will be able to sip coffee and adopt furry felines once Meow or Never Cafe opens in April on East California Avenue in downtown Las Vegas.
Wall Street capped a day of wild swings Friday with a late-afternoon rally that reversed steep early losses and sent the Dow Jones industrial average 330 points higher.
If the sights from New York-New York’s roller coaster didn’t thrill riders enough, they can now chase an alien along a desert cliff for an extra $5.
Women who claimed they were victims of Steve Wynn’s alleged sexual harassment and improprieties two decades ago said Wednesday they felt vindication after hearing news of the casino developer’s resignation.
What’s next for Steve Wynn? Review-Journal reporters Rick Velotta and John Katsilometes go over the new developments on the Steve Wynn and what is next for the company.
With deals, acquisitions, buyouts and the dramatic launch of new resorts, Steve Wynn has left an oversized impression on the gaming industry in Las Vegas, the U.S. and as far away as Macau.
The electronic retailer says it will start removing CDs from all U.S. stores starting July 1. A report from Billboard shows CD sales dropped 18.5 percent last year.
Auctioneer Heather Ebneter on Tuesday told a crowd of about 30 people – including downtown casino owner Derek Stevens – that the foreclosure sale for the Lucky Dragon was postponed to Feb. 22.
The U.S. stock market mostly recovered after an early plunge Tuesday and was down moderately in late morning trading, raising hopes of a halt to a global sell-off.