Two Las Vegas visitors started their weekends with a bang, thanks to two jackpots, including one for nearly $2 million.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge has approved plans for Seattle-area investor Wayne Perry to acquire the site of an abandoned Ferris wheel project on the Strip.
MGM Resorts International notified a large majority of its entertainment and sports division employees Monday that they will be laid off effective Aug. 31.
The property will reopen with a variety of bars and restaurants. The property’s Blu Pool also will reopen.
D Las Vegas co-owner Derek Stevens says of the bronze statue, “He’s aiming to please.”
Andrew Fonfa owned the Allure high-rise and was a developer in the Lucky Dragon hotel-casino, both just off the Strip on Sahara Avenue.
President and CEO Steve Hill told the LVCVA board of directors Tuesday that talks with the transit system are early, but “could move rapidly.”
Projects are moving ahead, albeit not as quickly as developers hoped.
The scene has been playing out for weeks now across town, as various Las Vegas institutions resume daily operations, each providing its own chapter in the story of a 24/7 city getting back on its high-heeled feet.
Chuck Bowling has real-time experience in crisis management, having been in place at Mandalay Bay in the arduous recovery from the Oct. 1 shootings.