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In this election year, and also in 2012, Latinos were the minority group that candidates in both political parties courted, in both Spanish and English.
After 11 years covering the gaming industry for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Howard Stutz has stepped down.
The controversial tip pooling program at Wynn Resorts’ Strip properties is alive and well.
Senator Harry Reid may not be the most colorful figure in Washington. But his career is far more interesting than your average politician.
Did you get a good deal last year on a re-fi? If you didn’t, then probably your neighbor did.
Older women say young Bernie Sanders supporters don't understand the struggles of decades past — and why their elders support Hillary Clinton.
Many of us know someone afflicted by Alzheimer’s.
It’s a cruel disease that makes no sense. But Nancy Nelson is trying to help us understand the disease.
Retailers look forward to Christmas as the rush to buy gifts is the time of the year their books finally go in the black.
Yes, it’s been a wet winter in Southern Nevada. But, the region is still dealing with drought conditions.
Gas prices dropped more than 14 cents in Nevada in the past two weeks, according to Gas prices dropped more than 14 cents in Nevada in the past two weeks, according to
Improving opportunities for Las Vegas’ unskilled labor market is key to our region’s goal of achieving a more diverse economy.
University of Nevada, Reno researchers say more than 17,500 earthquakes struck Nevada last year.
It’s not the first time Station Casinos has been a publically traded company.
But seven years ago, private equity ownership took the Las Vegas-based gaming company private.
(Correction: An earlier version of this story said Atlantic Ctiy casino operators had 6 month to submit proposals.
Donald Trump says elect him president in November and he’ll make America great again.
Sheldon Adelson has filed three libel suits against journalists. One, a columnist at the Las Vegas Journal-Review, which Adelson bought last year, went broke facing the billionaire GOP donor in court.
Another Consumer Electronics Show has come and gone with most of the 170,000 attendees headed back home after spending several days being overwhelmed by 3,600 exhibitors spanning more 2.4-million s
The new year is here, and you know what that means, right?
Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas a
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Greetings, newcomer! Congrats on taking your place in the great residential churn of Las Vegas. Every day, new arrivals like you braid your interests, ambitions and lifestyles into the larger community.
Why not film Star Wars sequels in a city not so far, far away?
The National Archives has issued a $129,600 grant from its National Historical Publications and Records Commission to UNLV's University Libraries Special Collections.