Tech accelerator AFWERX Vegas, which opened in January off Sands Avenue and Paradise Road, opened the doors to its new innovation hub Tuesday afternoon.
Bailey joined the Las Vegas-Review Journal’s business desk in April 2018. She previously worked with the paper in the summer of 2017 as an intern. Prior to her return, she was an intern on Bloomberg News’ energy team. She grew up in Iowa and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a bachelor of journalism degree in 2017.
Las Vegas’ farming industry may seem as dry as the desert, but Southern Nevada’s agriculture sector is just a bit harder to find than most. To discover rows upon rows of basil, green butter lettuce, mint and even cannabis in Las Vegas, you’ll have to step inside.
Southern Nevada’s growth is outpacing the national rate. A recent report predicts this growth to continue in upcoming years, unless it is dampened by national and international issues, like fiscal policy and a potential trade war.
A group of 25 business and community leaders from the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance and local chambers met with congressional delegations and agencies last week in Washington, D.C. to discuss policy issues impacting Southern Nevada.
NV Energy announced plans Thursday to add six new solar projects in Nevada in what it said is the largest clean energy investment in the state’s history.
It’s not difficult to figure out where Fernando Guzman’s loyalty lies.
Las Vegas’ burgeoning information technology sector is allowing the local startup scene to flourish, according to a recent report.
On Wednesday afternoon, 19 high school students took turns signing up for their future at the Southeast Career and Technical Academy.
Local experts say Las Vegas’ startup scene is well-positioned for what some researchers are calling the “new era of technology.”
One of the starkest differences California native Lydia High noticed when she moved to Las Vegas 15 years ago was in her hiring pool.
Inside the Pictographics print shop, a set of realistic miniature figures are displayed on a table. They only stand a few inches tall, but the 3D-printed portraits are extraordinarily detailed, from the print on their clothes to the shading on their hands.
Golden Knights Drumbots and a “Go Knights Go” chant ushered in the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance’s 38th annual Perspective event Tuesday morning at Park MGM.
Jeremy Aguero, principal analyst at Applied Analysis, said Tuesday 4.9 people on average have moved to Las Vegas every hour over the last year.
When Sarah Jorgenson began looking for a new house with her husband, they were instantly drawn to the Summerlin area.