New York developer Steve Witkoff teamed with others to buy property just east of the Strip for $625 million, with plans for a hotel-casino development. But the market soon crashed, nothing was built and lenders foreclosed on the site.
Strip clubs are struggling to get millennials out of their homes and into their venues. So some clubs are seeking to first bring their venues into homes with the help of virtual reality.
July was a great month for tourism and gaming, but it’s hard to get too excited when last year’s best was even better.
For a city that thrives on offering memorable experiences, only a few casinos in town let you celebrate a great blackjack winning streak – or drown your bad luck – by dunking into a pool.
The Fontainebleau, Las Vegas’ towering monument to the recession, has been sold again.
Strip hotels and tour operators say they are not seeing noticeable cancellations or extensions because of the extreme weather in Texas.
Nevada Sen. Dean Heller told the story Monday of how Sen. Charles Schumer invited some airline executives to his office, seated them on a couch, then jammed a coffee table up against their knees.
Building a Las Vegas casino strategy partially around an equestrian arena seems odd at first.
Joe Baumgartner and his team of four may just have the dirtiest jobs in the Las Vegas casino industry.
Downtown Las Vegas’ Golden Gate closed its doors early Monday for a major renovation project.