Preview Las Vegas, the Vegas Chamber’s largest forecasting and networking event and trade show, will take place Tuesday at Allegiant Stadium with several speakers on the agenda.
A Democrat, Reid spent 30 years in the U.S. Senate, including four terms as majority leader. He was instrumental in blocking Yucca Mountain as a nuclear waste repository, worked closely with former President Barack Obama to move the Affordable Care Act through Congress and single-handedly provided Nevada with an outsized influence on national politics.
Nevada’s employment office reported the state added 2,600 jobs in November and its unemployment rate is 6.8 percent, down 0.4 from October.
Police were seeking the driver of a vehicle involved in the two-vehicle crash in a construction zone in southern Las Vegas early Monday.
The Pahrump and Las Vegas housing markets increased again to record levels for median home prices in July with demand still outpacing supply and affordability concerns for some on the horizon.
Marc-Andre Fleury, speaking for the first time as a member of the Chicago Blackhawks, said he’s ready to get to work after taking time to contemplate his future.
The Pahrump housing market, and neighboring Las Vegas, both reached new heights in June, a trend that has gone on for the last several months.
The Pahrump housing market has been heating up over the last several months, alongside the Southern Nevada market as a whole.
Prices for existing homes in Pahrump and across Southern Nevada reached record highs in April.
When competition begins Friday, it will end a 401-day drought since the Clark County School District suspended all sporting events at the start of the COVID pandemic.
Home prices were on the rise in Southern Nevada, including in Pahrump, in March.
Former UNLV AD Jim Livengood’s idea, once considered farfetched, could become a reality if centralized locations for this year’s men’s and women’s tournaments goes well.
The Clark County School District announced Wednesday that spring sports will be played, but the fall sports season remains canceled for interscholastic competition.
The Golden Knights had plenty of time to recover from the events of the weekend ahead of Monday’s game against the Colorado Avalanche.
CCSD athletes and their parents are keeping the pressure on superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara to let them play in advance of Thursday’s school board meeting.