Chances are bleak that a planned extension of the Las Vegas Monorail — seen as a way to get tourists within easy walking distance of the Raiders’ new stadium — will be finished by the time the team begins play here in 2020.
Boulder City residents are fairly confident the city that built Hoover Dam will not become a ghost town when the Interstate 11 bypass opens this week.
North Carolina hoteliers Colin and Deanna Crossman have acquired the Resort on Mount Charleston, some 40 miles northwest of the Las Vegas Strip, from The Siegel Group.
Three companies, two from out of state, will collaborate to market rural Nevada tourism destinations under new four-year contracts finalized Thursday by the Nevada Commission on Tourism.
A small Reno restaurant’s use of the name Feast gave Station Casinos Inc. heartburn.
If Bob Swift has his way, there could be plenty of planes — maybe even some spacecraft — at his dream New Southwest Air Space Flight Museum.
Baby boomers who helped Lake Tahoe’s ski industry expand are skiing less and millennials are not hitting the slopes nearly as much as the previous generations, said Ralf Garrison, founder of DestiMetrics, a resort lodging analytics firm.
When Gov. Brian Sandoval goes looking for solitude once he’s term-limited out of office next year, there’s a chance you’ll see him at Walker River State Recreation Area, one of three new facilities being preserved that in the future will attract millions of tourists from all over the world.
Nevada’s Division of Museums and History is working on a $40 million plan to turn the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City into a tourism attraction that could lessen the sting of the Interstate 11 bypass around the city that opens next year.
Five months after an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease was reported at the Rio, the number of confirmed cases of the pneumonia-like bacterial illness among guests has risen to seven, with 29 more cases suspected, the Southern Nevada Health District said Tuesday.