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Maverick Helicopters offers 250 free tours for two – VIDEO
 
Maverick Helicopters offers 250 free tours for two – VIDEO

Maverick Helicopters will restart its flights on Friday, according to a news release. To celebrate, Maverick will give away 250 flights for two with its “Our Vegas” promotion. (James Schaffer/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

UNLV is scheduled to play Arizona State on Sept. 12 – Video
 
UNLV is scheduled to play Arizona State on Sept. 12 – Video

UNLV plays Arizona State on Sept. 12. The Rebels hope to play that game at Allegiant Stadium. But they could be forced to play at Sam Boyd Stadium. The Raiders have offered UNLV a chance to play at Allegiant. New Rebels coach Marcus Arroyo has sold recruits on new stadium. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

MGM Resorts to bring back free parking on Las Vegas Strip – VIDEO
 
MGM Resorts to bring back free parking on Las Vegas Strip – VIDEO

MGM Resorts on Monday announced free parking for all guests at its Strip resorts for the foreseeable future. New York-New York and Bellagio are the first announced hotels to reopen for casino business and return to the golden days of no-cost parking.

Interview with Las Vegas city attorney Brad Jerbic – Video
 
Interview with Las Vegas city attorney Brad Jerbic – Video

Las Vegas city attorney Brad Jerbic is leaving his post on July 1, but he will continue to work on Project Enchilada, a beautification effort that promises to restore downtown neighborhood blocks to their original luster. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Wynn Golf Club reopens after coronavirus shutdown
 
Wynn Golf Club reopens after coronavirus shutdown

Brian Hawthorne, executive director of golf operations at Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas, talks about reopening the course Monday, May 18, 2020, after shutting down March 17 due to the coronavirus. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto

MSG Sphere construction site remains dormant – Video
 
MSG Sphere construction site remains dormant – Video

The MSG Sphere at The Venetian construction site remains sidelined and representatives of MSG Entertainment offered no updates on when workers might return. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Nevada Gaming Control Board keeping reopening plans confidential
 
Nevada Gaming Control Board keeping reopening plans confidential

The state Gaming Control Board requires every licensee, from the megaresorts to the corner gas station convenience store slot machine operators, to submit reopening plans, but they intend to keep them confidential.

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