Legislature to address Nevada’s housing crisis in 2019; debate over low-income tax credits continues

Desert construction of new homes in Clark County, Las Vegas. Nevada’s housing situation has significantly changed since the 2008 Great Recession. In 2010, Fernley, Nevada, a city 32 miles east of Reno, had the highest foreclosure rate in the nation, with 3,500 foreclosure filings over a 12-month period out of 17,900 housing units, according to […]

Las Vegas Grand Jury Indicts 36 Cyber Criminals

LAS VEGAS, NV – A Las Vegas grand jury indicted 36 individuals in connection with a "transnational racketeering conspiracy," perpetrated by the online cybercriminal entity known as Infraud Organization. The indictment alleges the organization and those involved stole the identities, financial information, credit and debit card information of "millions" of people in all 50 states. […]

First CBD oil retail chain opens Wednesday in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS – What if you could experience some of the health benefits of cannabis without the high? That store is called ‘Buy Legal Meds’ and its Chief Executive Officer says it’s the world’s very first Cannabidiol Hemp Oil retail chain that’ll open Wednesday in Las Vegas. An important note for customers, the CBD is […]

Las Vegas Market Unveils 2018 Global Goodness Winners

LAS VEGAS, NV – (Jan. 18, 2018) – Las Vegas Market announced that four exhibitors – Arcadia Home, Home Trends & Design (HTD), Pebble and Yumajai – are winners of its seventh annual Global Goodness Awards, recognizing furniture, home décor and gift companies for environmentally-friendly, sustainable and socially-responsible activities. The 2018 Global Goodness Awards will […]

How To Get The Latest Las Vegas NV News

In Las Vegas, if you are looking for the local news, you simply have to turn on the TV. They will be displayed at certain times of the day, in 30 minute and hour long segments, telling you what has happened throughout the community. This is true for any city that you visit in the […]