Resorts World Las Vegas will use its own mobile app and cashless wagering in a plan to make the new hotel-casino “the most technologically advanced” on the Strip when it opens June 24.
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.
Some Las Vegas Valley residents received upgraded appliances to help them save money on utility bills through a partnership between the nonprofit affordable housing group Nevada HAND and NV Energy.
Demand at Southern Nevada food pantries has stabilized from a shocking peak more than a year ago, but Three Square food bank is still distributing over 1 million more pounds of food a month than it did in May 2019.
Nevada incubators and investment groups are looking forward to a change in private investment regulations known as blue sky laws through the passage of new legislation.
David Chavez was crowned the world’s best bricklayer for the second time at the World of Concrete’s Spec Mix Bricklayer 500 competition on Wednesday.
A park in Las Vegas’ Historic Westside will be renovated to become a hyperlocal food source and co-op through a federal partnership, the city announced Thursday.