Absence of a leap day contributes to shortfall, as longer-term trends continue to be positive.
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With the Oakland Raiders officially OK’d to move to Las Vegas, local economists are now studying the path to a new stadium for signs the Raiders are more than just new entertainment.
Monday’s announcement that the team will relocate to Las Vegas from Oakland not only is a boost to fans but also to representatives of the city’s tourism industry who see a potential bonanza in additional visitation.
The Nightclub and Bar Show brings 36,000 people from around the U.S. and nearly 50 countries to the Las Vegas Convention Center for three days of lectures, workshops, hospitality tours, taste-testing, networking and partying.
Southern Nevada business and political leaders on Monday cheered the NFL owners’ decision to relocate the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, bolstering the city’s status as the nation’s leading entertainment destination.
Increases in international travel were offset with declines reported by Southwest Airlines and other domestic carriers, making for a relatively flat February at McCarran International Airport.
Now that the National Football League has approved the relocation of the Oakland Raiders franchise to Las Vegas, it’s time to buy those season tickets, right? Wrong.
When NFL owners gather in Phoenix beginning Monday, they’re expected to consider a vote to relocate the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas.
A hearing has been set for April 6 in Clark County District Court to consider an emergency motion to close the SpeedVegas track south of Las Vegas where customers pay to drive or ride in cars that go more than 150 mph on a 1½-mile course.
The Nevada Gaming Commission has unanimously approved a slots-only nonrestricted gaming license for a casino near Nellis Air Force Base formerly known as the Barcelona.
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