Most Las Vegas casino operators said Friday the $2 trillion stimulus bill provides needed relief for the battered hospitality industry.
Ten local artists have paired with 10 small businesses on Main Street and Charleston Boulevard to transform plywood into hopeful works of art.
The so-called “Moulin Rouge agreement” desegregated the Strip and downtown 60 years ago Wednesday. The virtual forum will mark that day as well as a day of observance for the descendants of slavery.
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.
Workers removed the Pabst Blue Ribbon neon sign at Fremont Street and Las Vegas Boulevard on Monday.
The Las Vegas Fire Department is investigating the cause of a fire in a downtown Las Vegas two-story vacant building where “squatters” were seen Saturday morning.
On a normal night, thousands would gather at the Fremont Street Experience, mingling in revelry. But that was before coronavirus arrived in Southern Nevada.
The Gold & Silver Pawn night window is expected to remain open 24 hours a day for loans and purchases.
Las Vegas Justice Court and Municipal Court traffic customer service counters were closed Tuesday in yet another effort to stave off the spread of the new coronavirus.
Efforts to enforce social distancing slowed entrance to the Regional Justice Center on Tuesday, despite a monthlong suspension of jury trials.