Arrival of Las Vegas Raiders breathes new life into high-speed rail project
A high-speed rail project long left for dead by critics may have new life, thanks to a key study, the arrival of the Trump administration and an unexpected wild card — the Las Vegas Raiders.
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Las Vegas home analyst sees little chance of bubble in market
Home Builders Research founder Dennis Smith held a market outlook event at the Orleans Arena on Friday as part of Real Estate Expo Las Vegas, which runs through Sunday.
Bishop Gorman landlord blames family who built campus for bankruptcy
Even in bankruptcy filings, the landlord for Bishop Gorman High School continues to blame inability to pay construction costs for the private Catholic high school’s new campus on the family that has been a longtime donor and who built the campus.
Exhibitors evolve as NAB Show kicks off in Las Vegas
The exhibitor list for this year’s National Association of Broadcasters Show may leave some scratching their heads.
Betting industry veteran runs Las Vegas’ lone separate horse racing book
Mary Jungers, a 36-year veteran of the betting industry, has run the South Point’s horse racing book since it opened in 2005.
Annual LVCVA study creates profile of average Las Vegas visitor
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority spends marketing dollars in its budget based on research gathered through 3,600 in-person interviews, 300 a month over 12 months.
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