Businesses and attractions are closed across the country. But when the Las Vegas Strip is forced to close, the impact is indelible.
Most Las Vegas casino operators said Friday the $2 trillion stimulus bill provides needed relief for the battered hospitality industry.
On a typical late March evening, the Las Vegas Strip would be teeming with tourists hoping Lady Luck would smile on them. Not this year.
With casinos across the country temporarily shut down during the coronavirus crisis, operators are facing a period with zero income and a limited supply of cash.
The Las Vegas Strip remains largely an empty space from one end to the other. Doors are locked. Traffic is minimal.
How long? That’s the big question as we experience the ongoing toll of the coronavirus in Las Vegas, a city remarkably susceptible to economic disruption from the outbreak.
Las Vegas police are investigating a robbery that happened Friday at a convenience store on the Strip.
Hotel-casino employees worked toward complying with Gov. Steve Sisolak’s move to close all nonessential Nevada businesses for 30 days in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Shoppers were nowhere in sight at Fashion Show mall on the Las Vegas Strip on Wednesday.
Las Vegas police demonstrated an increased security presence at some of the shuttered Strip properties early Wednesday.