Airport van service SuperShuttle is ceasing their Las Vegas operations effective Friday, according to customer service representative Kell Jones.
Las Vegas’ new slogan will replace the famous “What happens here, stays here,” people familiar with the matter confirmed, and launch Sunday night during the Grammys.
When it opened on Jan. 15, 1990, the $85-million Rio Suite Hotel literally broke new ground on the Las Vegas resort scene.
HopSkipDrive, the first ride-hailing service for children in Clark County, kicked off last week serving mainly at-risk youth.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company planned to make two announcements during CES about the company’s new mobility technologies and solutions.
At CES, a handful of companies are offering what they say are toys that limit kids’ screen tie but still make sure they’re ready for a future in science, technology and math.
From autonomous vehicles to pedestrian safety, “there’s so many different things” that Las Vegas officials are looking forward to when CES 2020 starts Tuesday.
Love your satellite radio and watching football on giant plasma screens? Those innovations got first looks at CES, which arrives in next week in Las Vegas.
With the economy in a freefall in 2009, a tract of desert near the Strip suffered an all-too-common fate in Las Vegas: It went into foreclosure after big plans went nowhere. Today, the site is buzzing with activity.
New international nonstop service represents more than just additional planes landing at McCarran, as the international traveler is a lucrative market.