Las Vegas police have made an arrest after a shot was fired inside the Fashion Show mall on the Strip Monday evening. Police initially declined to name the person arrested.
A Las Vegas officer riding a horse on Friday night was in front of Caesars Palace when a car ran into the horse’s rear, police said.
The steel posts designed to protect pedestrians on sidewalks from vehicles will be installed from West Sahara Avenue to the Welcome to Las Vegas sign beginning next week.
Even though few records exist, the 60th anniversary of the landmark is being celebrated this month.
The RTC kicked off a yearlong app-based ride hailing pilot program, mainly serving customers traveling between McCarran International Airport and the resort corridor.
Nearly three months after a man fell down a flight of stairs and died near the High Roller loading area on the Strip, the Clark County coroner’s office has determined his death was an accident.
The former Fontainebleau — the blue-tinted tower that has blighted the Strip for a decade — is slated to open as the Drew in the second quarter of 2022.
On Friday, The Venetian began a celebration of its 20th anniversary. At the first stroke past midnight, The Venetian marquee began paying tribute to the 650 employees who have worked at the hotel-casino since its opening. A “founders ball” is planned to honor the Day One employees this summer.
After buying land on Las Vegas Boulevard last year, operators of the Pinball Hall of Fame have filed plans for a new arcade near the south edge of the Strip.