Tribal casinos in Las Vegas seen reaching a milestone moment

The purchase by a California-based Native American tribe of a casino resort just off the Las Vegas Strip is being seen a milestone in the evolution of Indian casino ownership in city at the center of U.S. gambling.

Parking fees returning at MGM Resorts hotels on Vegas Strip

The move by MGM Resorts International marks the end of free parking that lingered after pandemic-related casino shutdowns.

'It's crazy busy': Business booming for veterinary industry, animal hospitals

“The most remarkable challenge is how busy every animal hospital is,” says Margie Quirk, owner of Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital in Carson City. “I don’t ever remember being as busy as we are right now during this pandemic. It’s crazy busy.”

Kelly Bullis: Money for small businesses

In light of these turbulent times, many small business owners find themselves short on working capital (some people call that “cash”) to get them over the hump and into more profitable operations.

Jim Valentine: Comparing 2005 market to today’s

Today’s real estate market is similar to that of 2003-05 in that we have prices rapidly increasing to exceptionally high values, but there are significant differences between the two.

Jim Valentine: When you have to sell to buy today

While there are many cash buyers shopping these days, there are also many people who need to sell their home before they can buy a new one.

Report finds Vegas-area home prices setting monthly records

Home prices in the Las Vegas area are setting monthly records, according to an industry survey that found the median price of existing single-family houses was $375,000 in April.

Taxable sales up 2.8 percent in February compared to a year ago

Taxable sales increased 2.8 percent in February, finishing the month at $4.92 billion.

Sandwich chain Togo’s to open in Sparks, plans larger Northern NV expansion

Togo's plans to open its first local franchise this year in Sparks. The company says Northern Nevada has potential for at least a dozen more restaurants, with Reno-Sparks, Carson City, Winnemucca and Elko as targets for expansion.

Sen. Rosen, head of new tourism panel, visits Vegas Strip

A year after the coronavirus pandemic hobbled tourist-dependent Nevada and pushed its unemployment rate to about 30%, things feel like they're starting to turn around, U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen said.

Reno company sees revenue triple as LLC formations surge

"We were the beneficiary of that turn toward entrepreneurship. From the second half of March of last year through today, there has been nothing but an upward trajectory," Greg Martin, president of Inc. Authority, told the NNBW's Kaleb M. Roedel.

3 Vegas casinos fully opening after 80% worker vaccinations

Some Las Vegas Strip casinos have been allowed to open at 100% capacity, officials said Tuesday, after showing Nevada state regulators that at least 80% of their employees have received at least one shot of coronavirus vaccine.

Kelly Bullis: IRS going after crypto tax cheats

Back in January, I wrote about the Tax Rules of Virtual Currency. Well now there was a new blurb in the news about what IRS is now doing to catch folks who think they can hide their profits from crypto transactions.

Coworking spaces open across region, including Carson City

The number of coworking spaces worldwide is projected to reach almost 20,000 in 2021 and hit 40,000 by 2024

Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine: Buying with alternatives to cash

There is an old saying, “Cash is King!” but not everyone accumulates the amount of cash they would like or need to buy a home.