Back-to-school shoppers in the Silver State are expected to spend $481.4 million on clothes, supplies, food and electronics this year, an all-time high for the state, the Nevada Retail Association said Thursday.
Dylan Svoboda came to the Review-Journal in June 2021 as a summer intern. He is currently a student at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism. He covers the business beat. Before coming to Las Vegas, he wrote about a multitude of topics, including politics, sports and climate change for the Sacramento News & Review, CalMatters, SFGate, Civil Eats and others back home in Sacramento.
Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas is set to host an on-site job fair Wednesday between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on the first floor of its parking garage near the elevator lobby.
Customers will enter the market with a credit card, and technology will detect which items they take from the store. Fred Segal Market will offer drinks, food and souvenirs.
Budget carrier Frontier Airlines is adding five nonstop routes out of Las Vegas. Tuesday’s announcement marks a continuance of Frontier’s rapid growth in Las Vegas.
The trucking industry is short more than 50,000 drivers across the country, according to National Tank Truck Carriers.
The U.S. men’s Olympic basketball team defeated Spain on Sunday at Michelob Ultra Arena in its final tuneup before leaving for Tokyo to finish 2-2 in exhibition games.
FlyOver Las Vegas will offer visitors the experience of soaring over some of the most well-known tourist destinations in the West.
Portland Trail Blazers star guard Damian Lillard averaged 28.8 points during the NBA season, but says he won’t have to carry the scoring load in the Tokyo Games.
CES is adding space technology and food technology to the list of exhibit categories at the Jan. 5-8 event in Las Vegas, organizers said in a news release.
The USA men’s national basketball team fell to 0-2 in Las Vegas after an exhibition loss to the Australian national team Monday at Michelob Ultra Arena.
More than 5,000 people spent Friday trying to find their next job during the massive Summer Job Fair at the Las Vegas Convention Center’s West Hall.
Halo cars are not fully autonomous. Remote drivers will control the Hcars using proprietary technology, and once a customer gets in, that person takes over the steering wheel, just like a regular rental car, according to a release.