Mike Shoro, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Mike Shoro

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Mike:

Officials: Nevada nearing pre-pandemic employment

Statewide employment in Nevada is now within 10,000 jobs of its pre-pandemic peak, and the private sector is just 2,600 jobs shy of that level. → Read More

Changes are coming as Miracle Mile Shops’ makeover continues

The mixed-use mall complex is undergoing renovations. On Tuesday, the mall announced the firms who are helping Miracle Mile Shops complete its makeover. → Read More

Nevadans expected to spend less on Easter festivities

Nevada’s retailers can expect a year-over-year decrease in Easter spending this year, due in part to high inflation and lingering supply chain issues. → Read More

California-based sandwich shop to grow in Las Vegas Valley

Togo’s sandwich shop has nearly 200 locations open or under development and has a goal of expanding upon its two Las Vegas Valley locations in the coming years, according to the company. → Read More

Here are 5 Las Vegas-area homes near median price of $450K

What can the Las Vegas median home sale price of $450,000 get a homebuyer these days? The Review-Journal found five interesting homes on the market for near the median price. → Read More

Cubicall sees increasing success after move to North Las Vegas

Cubicall has come a long way since its founders appeared on ‘Shark Tank’ → Read More

Hospitality workers file mass tort lawsuit against Station Casinos

The hospitality workers filed a lawsuit Tuesday against one of Nevada’s largest gaming companies over potential violations of a law enacted in 2021. → Read More

It’s down to 3 proposals for Chicago casino-resort, city says

Chicago has advanced in its process to pick a bid for a nearly $2 billion resort in the city. The city hopes to move quickly in choosing between its three finalists. → Read More

Southern Nevada LGBTQ clinic growing to keep up with demand

A small health clinic on East Sahara Avenue is having a big impact on the LGBTQ community. → Read More

How much will Nevadans spend on St. Patrick’s Day this year?

St. Patrick’s Day festivities arrive in Nevada without COVID-19 capacity restrictions for the first time since the pandemic. Retailers expect business will reflect that. → Read More

‘Rarely Seen’ photo exhibition coming to Strip

The collection of National Geographic photography will show natural and man-made wonders and phenomena few people have ever seen. The “Rarely Seen” collection is inspired by a book of a similar name. → Read More

Aging Wellness Expo returns for spring — this time in Henderson

The special event on March 19 will feature live entertainment, informational sessions, demonstrations and a chance to meet Review-Journal staffers. → Read More

Las Vegas-based Full House Resorts rebounds in 2021

“It was an extremely strong year throughout the Company,” Full House Resorts President and CEO Dan Lee said in a Tuesday news release. → Read More

More recognition for ‘7@7,’ the RJ’s fast-paced, weekday streaming newscast

The Review-Journal was named one of “10 News Publishers That Do It Right” by Editor & Publisher magazine for its twice-daily weekday newscasts. → Read More

Report says Nevada job market nearing pre-recession levels

The Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation released a new report Thursday showing the state’s unemployment rate is decreasing and jobs are returning. → Read More

Station Casinos parent company names new president

Red Rock Resorts, parent company of Station Casinos, announced Monday that Scott Kreeger has been named its new company president. → Read More

Circa looking to hire for more than 150 positions March 10

The downtown hotel-casino will host a hiring event on March 10 at sister property Golden Gate. Applicants must be 21 years or older to apply. → Read More

Virtual video studio to open in Las Vegas later this spring

A new video production studio will create “deeply immersive virtual environments” using a large LED screen and a suite of high-tech tools. → Read More

Court: Southwest Gas, utilities must prove expenses are justified

The Nevada Supreme Court ruled that Southwest Gas must prove expenses are justified if it wants to recover costs. The ruling affirmed a lower court ruling and a Public Utilities Commission decision. → Read More

Southwest Gas proposes rate hike for Nevadans

Southwest Gas Corp. wants to raise its rates, and the public is invited to share their thoughts about the increase. → Read More