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.
The act of entering a local casino — put your right wrist up, pull your mask down, look at that camera, stand on that dot — is playing out like a game of the COVID hokeypokey.
Casinos will find out Friday if the state’s new mask mandate is a deal-breaker for some gamblers. While some tourists have been staunchly against mandated masks, others welcome the stricter policy.
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen Bar, located in the Linq Hotel, has closed once again after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
The state Gaming Control Board amended its stance on the use of protective facial coverings at blackjack, roulette, poker and craps tables to help protect dealers.
Every casino operator has health and safety protocols to deal with the coronavirus. But some workers aren’t convinced the measures are enough to keep them safe.
MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment Corp. on Tuesday announced reopening plans that will expand hotel and casino capacity in the city.
The trickle of visitors to Las Vegas casinos on Sunday couldn’t help but notice the changes that had been made to their favorite properties.
One day after Las Vegas casinos reopened, a visitor from California hit a jackpot on the Strip.