Several sectors’ hiring beyond 100 percent of pre-pandemic employment levels supported the state’s employment recovery.
McKenna Ross joined the Review-Journal in June 2021 as a business reporter covering Southern Nevada nonprofits and the charity sector. She is a corps member with Report for America, a national service program that places journalists into local newsrooms. She previously reported for MLive, a Michigan news site, and interned at The Oregonian, the Palm Beach Post, Gongwer News Service and WKAR News. She is a graduate of Michigan State University.
Officials described this case as the first lawsuit of its kind in more than three decades.
Two more firms have leased space in 1700 Pavilion, a Howard Hughes Corp. project near Las Vegas Ballpark and Downtown Summerlin.
Five Republicans and three Democrats are on the June primary ballot to represent Las Vegans in the Assembly’s 12th District, after incumbent Assemblywoman Susie Martinez decided not to seek re-election.
Two-term Democratic Assemblyman Howard Watts faces a challenger in the 2022 primary election to represent District 15 in the state Legislature.
Nevada families are struggling to find their preferred brand of infant formula after a product recall pinched an already-tight supply chain nationwide.
The new Las Vegas pizzeria combines two of owner Cash Sakoulas’ passions — horror and pizza — in one place.
Light and Wonder, formerly Scientific Games, used the sale of its lottery business division to pay down debt and grow other company segments, officials said on an earnings call.
Five Las Vegas-area nonprofits received five-figure grants from a Las Vegas-based company’s new program to recognize the impact of charities where the company operates.
Fuel, food, clothing, housing and everything in between have seen some price increases in the past year. Now Las Vegans are left to scramble for the lowest rent, cheapest goods and best-priced gas.
Shoppers in Nevada are projected to spend more than $509 million on cards, flowers, outings and other gifts for Mom.
A resource fair for entrepreneurs and small business owners offered free access to advice, training and resources for running a business.
Workplace campaigns and community support have kept the nonprofit in Las Vegas for decades.