If you thought having CES in town earlier this month was a big deal, wait until you see what conventions are coming in this week.
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Qatar Airways has finally set a date for when it will launch service between Las Vegas and Doha, Qatar — but you’ll have to wait another year.
The “wedding capital of the world” is on the cusp of issuing its 10,000th marriage license to same-sex couples, and local businesses want to make sure the ceremony to come will be a lavish celebration.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada’s board of directors agreed to negotiate a six-month trial contract that would allow the Big Bus private tour company to share four stops with the popular Deuce and Strip & Downtown Express routes.
It’s been just more than a month since Las Vegas got its first nonstop service to mainland China.
The Las Vegas area hosted a record 42.9 million visitors in 2016, according to preliminary statistics released by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority on Tuesday.
Razer, a video game technology company, stole the show at CES this year with three-screen, portable laptop and color projector that drew rave reviews and awards. Now someone has stolen two Razer laptops from its CES booth.
As Strip properties prepare for more Chinese visitors, some casino employees say they are concerned they will have to forgo some tip money.
Steven Katz has left his role with MGM for a new challenge: general manager of the upcoming sites for Canter’s Deli, the nearly 90-year-old Los Angeles institution about to re-enter the Las Vegas market.
Lost in some of the commentary about what’s ahead for the gaming industry in 2017 is the ongoing “Las Vegasization” of Macau.
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