The fate of a nationwide eviction ban — set to expire June 30 — is in limbo after a judge overturned the federal protection on Wednesday.
Subrina Hudson joined the Review-Journal in August 2019 after covering automotive, retail and advertising for the Orange County Business Journal. She has also worked for The Real Deal and Los Angeles Business Journal. The Los Angeles native has a master's in journalism from the University of Southern California and a bachelor's in journalism from Boston University.
The “Shark Tank”-style event will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Las Vegas City Hall and is hosted by StartUpNV, a nonprofit business incubator and accelerator for Nevada startups.
The Las Vegas housing market has become fiercely competitive in recent months, and the pressure to find a home is even more challenging for first-time buyers.
Prices are setting record highs, but the tally of available homes for sale has plunged, and more people are looking to get into the real estate industry.
First-time homebuyers in Nevada can receive help with their down payment through a grant program funded by the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco.
Local footwear label Ross & Snow is stepping out of the online world Thursday for a brick-and-mortar pop-up sale at the venue The Space.
As of Monday Airbnb has blocked guests from booking one-night reservations of entire home listings in the U.S., including Nevada, during the holiday weekend.
For these influencers, their content collab house is a way to reach followers on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube.
The new federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund is expected to help Southern Nevada restaurants recover from the effects of the pandemic.
The walls are going up at the massive mixed-use development project UnCommons in the southwest Las Vegas Valley.
Star Nursery Garden Center announced Monday it is hiring for a number of positions at its locations throughout Nevada.
A number of companies in Nevada are reporting difficulty filling positions at a time when the state’s unemployment rate remains high.
The large black Versace shopping bag held by Leo Williams was a sign the California resident started his vacation on the Strip on Friday evening.