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Commercial Real Estate Experts Predict Continued Growth In 2017

Commercial real estate experts are predicting continued growth across several sectors in the Las Vegas Valley: retail, office and industrial, which is on course to have a record year of construction activity in the area. Read More

Nevada Has Massive First Month Of Marijuana Sales

Nevada dispensaries raked in more than $27 million during the first month of recreational marijuana sales, generating more than $3.6 million in taxes, according to figures released Thursday by the Nevada Department of Taxation. Read More

Jason Aldean Returns To Las Vegas To Visit Shooting Victims

Jason Aldean and his wife, Brittany Aldean, were back in Las Vegas on Sunday, a week to the day after a gunman opened fire during his performance at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The couple apparently were in town to meet with victims. Read More

10 Unique Ways To Experience The Grand Canyon

Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park is nothing short of a natural spectacle. Millennia have carved a geological masterpiece rising 7,000 feet above sea level before plummeting back down into the powerful Colorado River. The Grand Canyon National Park cares for nearly one million acres of land, thousands of plant varieties and hundreds of wildlife species. Read More

Don’t Expect To See Major Security Changes At Casinos Following Las Vegas Shooting

As new details about the deadly Las Vegas shooting emerge, hotels and casino properties continue to grapple with how to deal with security and guests who are a potential threat. Read More

Top 10 Favorite Things In Las Vegas

First, thank you for all your responses and messages over the last couple days. You have warmed my heart and made me smile and cry (but it was a good cry). So here is my answer to my own question, now what? Read More

Sales Of Expensive Homes On The Rise In Las Vegas – What Will $1 Million Buy You?

Las Vegas is near the bottom of another list; this time, it’s the number of super-rich neighborhoods created in the last three years. According the real estate website, the Las Vegas metropolitan area has had only one ZIP code which reached the threshold of at least 10 percent of the homes worth seven figures since 2014. Read More

Zappos Is Offering To Pay Funeral Costs For The 58 Victims Of The Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Zappos is offering to pay funeral costs for the 58 victims of the Las Vegas shooting. The Las Vegas-based retailer has already given roughly $20,000 to three families money for funeral and transportation-related costs, the Las Vegas Sun reported. Read More

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