1289 S. Torrey Pines Dr.Las Vegas, NV 89146
Main Number: 1-702-258-9895Toll Free: 1-888-258-9895
More contact info
On News 88.9 KNPR
On Classical 89.7
At UNLV, Bo Bernhard has gone from casino chips to real money.
The city of Las Vegas is scouring West Coast tech hubs to pinpoint remote workers amenable to moving to Southern Nevada.
When the first whistle blows at Allegiant Stadium next football season, it will kick off a string of major new developments in Las Vegas.
The new head of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development is an old hand in Nevada.
Hallmark doesn’t have a card, but this is Economic Development Week, when economic development age
Participants at next month’s Nevada Economic Development Conference might be forgiven for tossing in some high-fives along with their handshakes. After plunging into an economic abyss during the recession, the state has made a remarkable comeback.
Las Vegas has glitz and glamor, a robust workforce, and low overhead, qualities that two designers say put the city on the frontier of fashion.
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service has announced a deal that will keep one of the last privately owned stretches of forest ridgeline at Lake Tahoe out of development.
At a recent economic development forum, panelists discussing the gaming industry reminded the audience that it’s important to “water the green grass in the garden.”
LAS VEGAS (AP) — New apartments, shops and restaurants could be coming to the empty lots and vacant buildings in north Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the city's plans are expected to be mapped and modeled by fall and construction could start in 15 months.
Las Vegas is known for its casinos, but one group is hoping the city will become famous for another glistening industry: water technology. Can the city become “the Silicon Valley of Water"?
Heavy industry literally put Henderson on the map 75 years ago during World War II with the construction of the Basic Magnesium Inc. plant, known to locals as BMI.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Burning Man festivalgoers spent on average about $2,000 per person at the counterculture art party last year.
Downtown Reno might see its first major retail chain in 30 years.