The off-Strip resort unveiled its new Epic Experience Suite Package on Tuesday that allows guests to stay in three luxury suites for $150,000 per night.
Sean Hemmersmeier joined the Review-Journal in July 2022 as a general assignment business reporter. Before moving to Las Vegas, Sean covered government and development news in Southern Utah for The Spectrum & Daily News. He is a native of Salt Lake City and graduated from Loyola University Chicago in 2021 with a degree in multimedia journalism.
UNLV was awarded a $1.18 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help expand a program that helps researchers and students turn their ideas into a commercially viable product.
Organizers say it’s one of the biggest fintech conventions in the world.
If you’ve made the trek to Gilcrease Orchard, you’ve probably noticed more competition at the farm’s pumpkin patch and longer lines for its famous apple cider donuts.
Alcohol distributor Southern Glazer’s Wine, Beer Spirits of Nevada opened a 12,000-square-foot warehouse store that caters to retail liquor license holders.
The $400 million mixed-use development, UnCommons, announced five private street names to honor five Las Vegas civic leaders.
The iconic but beleaguered toy brand, Toys R Us, is back with smaller physical locations in time for the holiday season.
The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection and Department of Motor Vehicles said it’s started the process for the state to consider adopting Clean Cars II, which would ban new sales of gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035.
While shoppers prepare for Halloween by buying candy and quirky costumes, companies like Goodwill of Southern Nevada are looking to bolster their holiday workforce.
Velocity Esports plans to debut next week at the former GameWorks space in Town Square.
Big Boys Toys luxury lifestyle show returns to Las Vegas with new products
Both executives said increasing the offerings for sports betting helps the gaming industry since sports bettors tend to be in a younger demographic.
Southwest Gas implemented a rate increase Oct. 1 for its more than 700,000 customers in Southern Nevada.
Chip Shots will be at a two-story, 13,000-square-foot building inside the Grand Flamingo Center, at West Flamingo Road and the 215 Beltway.
Sahara Las Vegas is turning 70, and it brought out balloons and champagne-filled flutes Friday evening to celebrate.