Raiders owner Mark Davis, after bailing on plans to build a house in a wealthy Las Vegas enclave, has bought a bigger plot across town in the Henderson mountains.
While the amount of visitor volume increased from July to August, it was still well below August 2019 figures.
Venues and businesses prepping their spaces to accept larger groups after Gov. Steve Sisolak eased COVID-19 gathering restrictions must add one more item to their to-do list.
The local employees are among more than 40,000 workers across the nation set to lose their jobs.
The Public Utilities Commission approved its first natural disaster infrastructure plan Wednesday and a statewide usage fee to pay for it.
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The state’s August gaming win was off from a year ago and less than what was collected in July as the industry continues to try to battle back from coronavirus closures.
The Public Utilities Commission will vote Wednesday on whether the company can charge the statewide fee to pay for a natural disaster protection plan.
Remote work has its upside, but it poses a threat to the commercial real estate market.