Big changes are ahead for CES in the years ahead with the arrival of the West Hall at the Convention Center, other new venues and MSG Sphere at The Venetian.
With additions coming to Wynn, Linq, downtown and the Convention Center, has Southern Nevada’s meetings industry produced a new problem of filling all that space?
What will be the top tourism and gaming headlines of 2020? Read on for predictions about opening Allegiant Stadium, visitation records and what lies ahead for Las Vegas.
The lack of mobile wagering and a ban on betting on California colleges and universities could prevent Nevada sportsbooks from facing crushing competition.
While travel and tourism has experienced 120 months of economic growth, U.S. market share has fallen behind international competitors who market more vigorously.
While the record for visitor volume set in 2016 is safe, three other tourism indicators are close to historic highs in 2019 with three months of data to go.
The Las Vegas Monorail Co. still has a ways to go before it can be considered a functional transportation system and the planned station near the Sphere is a first step.
A bill introduced by Reps. Johnson and Fortenberry wouldn’t make resort fees illegal, but would spell out how they’re displayed on websites and in advertisements.
When the Nevada Legislature locked in a taxpayer contribution of $750 million to build Allegiant Stadium, it offered no mechanism for the Raiders to pay any of it back.
When the Las Vegas Raiders roll into Allegiant Stadium next year, what will the pre-game tailgate party look like for fans of the Silver and Black?