Customers can purchase a vehicle online and pick it up from Carvana’s 11-story glass tower– at 3720 Morgan Cashman’s Way, off I-15 south between Spring Mountain and Flamingo.
Fry’s Electronics is expected to announce on Wednesday that it is closing all stores.
Las Vegas-area home prices were up 7.9 percent year-over-year in December, compared with 10.4 percent nationally, according to the SP CoreLogic Case-Shiller index released Tuesday.
After years of construction and then the inaugural Raiders season held without spectators, fans will finally get a chance to experience Allegiant Stadium.
A seven-card straight flush captured the Pai Gow Poker progressive jackpot.
The retailer, which will exude an L.A. vibe, will have men’s and women’s stores in the 70,000-square-foot retail district of the megaresort that opens this summer.
Clark County records show that new owners acquired debt on the north Strip hotel-casino project Feb. 11 and gained ownership of the property the same day through a “deed in lieu of foreclosure.”
Blaine Graboyes, who was denied a gaming license in a 4-1 Nevada Gaming Commission vote Thursday, is no longer with GameCo., a spokesman representing the company said in an email Monday.
Las Vegas Valley business, banking and city leaders say targeting more federal pandemic assistance to the nation’s smallest businesses and ventures is a welcome move.
Although sports wagering hasn’t been approved yet in New York, Penn National Gaming is getting a jump on it by signing a deal with Capital Region Gaming in Schenectady.
With the installation of the compression ring atop a temporary tower, crews now will be able to build the spherical roof on the $1.66 billion entertainment venue.
Hotel workers should get an early shot at COVID-19 inoculation, according to the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Smith’s Food and Drug stores in the Las Vegas area are under the Kroger corporate umbrella.
The coronavirus pandemic has squeezed Nevada’s casinos, but it looks like the outlook is finally changing and companies are preparing for the comeback they’ve expected.
“Vegas could become the esports capital of North America,” said Milo Ocampo, the founder of Las Vegas-based 8-Bit Esports.