- Vaping industry credits economy, lower taxes for its migration to Las Vegas
- Monday, June 18, 2018
- When they were first mass produced, e-cigarettes and vaping products formed an industry widely considered to be a dud in the United States. But in recent years, the battery-powered vaporizer industry has taken off.
- Heller, Rosen win primaries, setting up high-stakes Senate showdown
- Wednesday, June 13, 2018
- The only surprise in Tuesday’s primary elections for Nevada’s U.S. Senate seat might have been that the race wasn't called even sooner. Incumbent Republican Sen. Dean Heller and Democrat Jacky Rosen were declared the winners within about an hour of the polls closing ...
- Combating the fire hazard of indoor marijuana farms
- Tuesday, June 12, 2018
- Owners of marijuana cultivation facilities are encouraged to remain in communication with fire officials, who say knowing the chemicals used on weed plants in advance of an emergency can save lives and pot crops ...
- Voting in the elections? Here’s what to expect at polling locations
- Friday, June 8, 2018
- Several rules apply for candidates, staffers and poll volunteers to ensure that all voters have a fair and unbiased experience and Nevada polling places don’t turn into campaign rallies ...
- Student robotics teams from Southern Nevada shine at world championships
- Saturday, June 2, 2018
- A group of elementary and middle school students from Southern Nevada competed late last month at the world championships for robotics design ...
- 'It’s in nobody’s interest': Scholars say impact of a strike would bleed into local economy
- Thursday, May 31, 2018
- If 50,000 Culinary Union workers in Las Vegas follow through on a proposed strike starting Friday, the economic impact would extend far beyond the 34 affected Strip and downtown resorts, scholars said Wednesday. UNLV’s Stephen Miller, director of the school’s Center for Business and Economic Research, said ...
- Las Vegas pot dispensary to reopen after six-day suspension
- Wednesday, May 30, 2018
- The first marijuana dispensary to have its license suspended by the Nevada Department of Taxation had that ban lifted Wednesday afternoon and was prepared to reopen ...
- Union: Strike would cost casinos over $300 million in first month
- Wednesday, May 30, 2018
- A threatened strike by 50,000 members of the Culinary Workers Union in Las Vegas starting Friday would cost 34 casinos on the Strip and downtown more than $300 million in ...
- Nevada rakes in record $7 million in marijuana taxes in March
- Wednesday, May 23, 2018
- Tax revenue from marijuana sales in Nevada continues to climb, setting a new high of more than $7 million in March, the ninth month of legal ...
- More than 400,000 attended Electric Daisy Carnival
- Monday, May 21, 2018
- Metro Police say they made a couple dozen drug-related arrests the final night of the Electric Daisy Carnival, which drew more than 135,000 people Sunday to the ...
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Chris Kudialis started at the Las Vegas Sun in 2015 after a year with the Las Vegas Review-Journal. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Chris speaks three languages (English, Spanish and Portuguese) and has written articles for the Los Angeles Times, Charlotte Observer, Houston Chronicle, Detroit Free Press and Brazil's Rio Times, among other metropolitan dailies. He was an international news intern at Mundo Cristiano in Madrid, Spain, and covered the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Before journalism, Chris worked as a translator and interpreter.
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