Clark County Commissioners Wednesday approved plans for the Boring Company’s Vegas Loop system, inching closer to digging beginning.
Mick joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal as transportation reporter in November 2018. He previously worked at the Las Vegas Sun covering a variety of beats including transportation, business, gaming, and city and county government. Prior to that, he worked at the Pahrump Valley Times, where he was named the Nevada Press Association’s Outstanding Journalist in the intermediate category for his coverage of the Lamar Odom brothel overdose situation, rural healthcare and more. Mick was born in Texas but grew up in Las Vegas, attending UNLV’s Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies where he was a member of the Kappa Tau Alpha National Journalism Society.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said he has a better idea of where Nevada residents want to spend some of the $6.7 billion in federal funds received from the American Rescue Plan.
Work could commence soon on updating signage at McCarran International Airport to reflect the name change to Harry Reid International Airport.
At a series of Clark County meetings, the Elon Musk-owned transportation company will have agreements up for approval that would set the stage for Boring’s planned Vegas Loop.
Jon Gruden’s likeness will be replaced by a generic character once the title is updated in the coming weeks, according to a statement from EA Sports.
Speaking at the CAA World Congress of Sports, Commissioner Rob Manfred said he’s “not sure we see a path to success” in Oakland.
Jon Gruden’s estimated $10 million per season salary had him as the third highest-paid coach in the league behind Seattle’s Pete Carroll and New England’s Bill Belichick.
Southwest Airlines worked to stabilize its network Tuesday with the airline expecting just under 100 cancellations systemwide.
After Las Vegas landed multiple professional sports franchises in a few years, the one league that most favored to arrive first — the NBA — is still watching from the sidelines.
To expand their autonomous capabilities, Motional is tripling the size of their test track, along with doubling their operations center near McCarran International Airport.
The LVCVA is embarking on the next phase of its “Greatest Arena on Earth” ad campaign focusing not only on major sporting events such as the Raiders and UFC, but other amenities Southern Nevada has to offer.
Players on the men’s basketball team will receive a $500 per month car allowance for a year through Findlay Toyota, Blueprint Sports announced Tuesday.
Documents submitted to Clark County show the RTC originally expected to use 17 buses on game days, transporting a maximum of 1,277 passengers in each direction per game, or 12,270 riders annually for the 10 Raiders home games.
When the Raiders face the Chargers Monday night in Los Angeles there could be more silver and black in SoFi Stadium’s stands than blue and gold.