After a more than five-year hiatus, the Vegas Chamber is bringing back its Business Expo this week.
Nevada’s employment office reported Tuesday that the unemployment rate was 5 percent, unchanged from March but lower compared with April 2021.
A recent study found that residents in the Las Vegas metro area are experiencing one of the highest percentage rent increases from pre-pandemic 2019 to 2022.
Education and the state’s former mask mandates are among the issues motivating Republican candidates for Assembly District 41.
Tracy Brown-May was appointed to the Assembly after a resignation. Now, she’s facing a Democratic challenge in the June primary.
Caesars Entertainment said it started the process of selling one of its Strip casinos during its first quarter earnings call, but did not say which one.
Stores in the Fashion Show mall and Forum Shops are among those seeing caps, jerseys and more fly off the shelves.
Longtime attorney Richard Bryan, who served two terms as Nevada governor and two terms as a U.S. senator, has retired from law firm Fennemore Craig this month.
Las Vegas-headquartered MP Materials announced Thursday that it broke ground on a 200,000-square-foot rare earth magnetics manufacturing facility in Fort Worth, Texas.
In addition to Southern Nevada’s economic recovery, the UNLV Center for Business and Economic Research’s Spring Outlook event also explored the impact of inflation on the local economy and beyond.
Nevada’s employment office released local unemployment figures for February Tuesday, while noting the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate last month was 5.1 percent.