Retail crime is at a record high, and thieves are becoming bolder. Stores are responding by hiring private security, closing fitting rooms and closing storefronts altogether.
Las Vegas has become a sports destination over the past six years. The latest announcement is a new MLB ballpark site to house the Oakland Athletics after their relocation.
California received record rainfall this year, and farmers are feeling it, even the indoor ones. The lack of sunlight from the stormy weather has delayed greenhouse tomato production.
Sixty-eight million Americans are expected to place bets on March Madness games when it's all said and done. That’s 18 million more people betting compared to last month’s Super Bowl.
The recent inflation surge has hit the baby supplies industry, and families are struggling, but nonprofits are stepping in to help.
Spending thousands of dollars in gas each week, Freed's Bakery in Las Vegas had to cut back on deliveries and raise prices, while some employees cut hours to save on commute costs.
Known for its famous London Bridge and situated along the Colorado River, Lake Havasu City, Arizona, is one of the southwestern cities and tourist towns the extreme heat is impacting.
Pawn shops are regaining business years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite record-high inflation across the U.S., shoppers hope the price is right.
Over 40 million people are expected to travel by car this July 4th. Despite high gas prices, demand for RVs is said to be soaring, with manufacturing at a high.