Rep. Dina Titus has taken President Trump to task for the Jan. 27 travel ban established by executive order, citing travel industry statistics that show a 17 percent decline in flight searches for travel to the United States.
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MAGIC has nothing to do with sleight of hand or illusion, but how the massive fashion convention got to Las Vegas was a pretty good trick.
Paced by revenue generated by its new National Harbor casino near Washington D.C. and the improving performance of its 10 Las Vegas properties, MGM Resorts International on Thursday reported improved fourth-quarter earnings from last year.
An executive with the SpeedVegas race track south of Las Vegas says the attraction, the scene of a fiery Lamborghini Aventador crash Sunday afternoon, will reopen next week.
A recently acquired Lamborghini Aventador was the vehicle involved in the Sunday crash that killed two people at SpeedVegas, raising new questions about whether the vehicle capable of reaching speeds of 200 mph was ready for the track.
Despite President Donald Trump’s attempted travel ban, local tourism officials are courting new airlines and promoting a welcoming message to international travelers at the Routes America 2017 conference underway at Aria in Las Vegas.
Interactive technology the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority uses in presentations at trade shows for meeting planners is being used this week at Routes America in Las Vegas to show participants how many flights on which airlines fly nonstop to McCarran International Airport.
On most days, the race track at SpeedVegas, the tourist attraction south of Las Vegas that has drawn thousands of customers to drive high-powered exotic cars, is humming with pricey vehicles that can hit 200 mph. But on Monday, the track was silent.
Clark County Clerk Lynn Goya said the week leading up to Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest times of the year for the county’s marriage license bureau.
In the first comments from either party about stadium development negotiations between the Raiders and the Adelson family, Las Vegas Sands Vice President Andy Abboud says the Raiders kept changing their minds on details that were all but settled.
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