A SpeedVegas driving instructor has filed a civil lawsuit in Clark County District Court seeking an order to close the track south of Las Vegas until a series of safety protocols is instituted.
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On the streets around the Las Vegas Valley, odds are motorists will see a custom-made message on the back of the car in front of them.
Clark County officials see a need for regulation of some of the safety aspects of thrill attractions such as SpeedVegas, but elected officials may be reluctant to draft specific regulations, County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said.
An international syndicate of Russian hackers that cashed out millions from slots in U.S. casinos over the years is focusing their efforts on South America and Europe after busts in Missouri and Singapore.
A ceremony Friday celebrated the commissioning of the Moapa Southern Paiute Solar Project, the first utility-scale solar array built on tribal land.
Golfstream, billed as the world’s first indoor laser golf course and private lounge, plans to conduct three different types of tournaments.
The boot has been booted, the wheelbarrow has been wheeled out, and the thimble got the thumbs down in the latest version of the board game Monopoly. In their place will be a Tyrannosaurus rex, a penguin and a rubber ducky.
Bath & Body Works will open a new Las Vegas Valley location in early June.
The stadium for the Raiders, which would be backed by $750 million in taxpayer funds, isn’t the first project to get pitched for the Russell Road and Dean Martin Drive site.
Southern Nevada’s tourism industry generated a record $59.6 billion in economic activity in 2016 driven mainly by higher spending per person, according to a new study by Applied Analysis.