The next iteration of how R&R Partners will market Las Vegas as a tourism destination under its $15.5 million annual advertising and marketing contract with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has arrived.
Thousands of gaming devices will be on display at the Sands Expo Center for the Global Gaming Expo, the world’s largest gaming industry trade show.
The Oakland Raiders may be negotiating to play at Oakland Alameda County Coliseum through 2020, but that doesn’t worry Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak.
A hotline for Las Vegans to air grievances about short-term rentals fielded an average of seven calls a day in its first month, but most of the complaints came from outside the city’s jurisdiction.
For a third consecutive year, McCarran International Airport offered the third-best customer experience among 19 “mega-sized” airports in North America, according to the J.D. Power 2017 North America Airport Satisfaction Study.
It was MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren who jump-started the most recent conversations about Fontainebleau, the 68-story blue glass monolith that has long been the Las Vegas Strip’s reminder of the economic damage caused by the Great Recession.
A prominent New York real estate family wants to start building a science fiction-themed entertainment space in Las Vegas in February.
Neighbors say almost every weekend since February has brought a new set of faces to 5645 N. Juliano Road in the northwest Las Vegas Valley. Their issues with renters include loud music, traffic congestion and an abundance of litter linked to the home.
An extreme sports park with a 15-story hotel that would be built south of the Strip received county approvals Wednesday.