“Clearly, if you can be licensed to own a casino operation in Nevada, you’re OK,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said of new Coyotes majority owner Alex Mereulo.
Other downtown events include Atomic Liquors’ anniversaries, movie showings and a volunteer effort to help the homeless.
“Repeat Offender,” written and directed by retired Metro Sgt. Jason Harney, follows Detective Bradley Nickell’s 2015 true-crime book of the same name.
“Kids Say the Darnedest Things” is returning to television, with host Tiffany Haddish, and the series is hosting a Las Vegas casting call.
A roving camera operator will shoot live footage of the artists as part the “R.U.N” production at Luxor.
Effective July 4, Station Casinos is taking over operation of the sky-high Apex Social Club.
The state Supreme Court decided not to review a lower court ruling that denied approval to build on the land after the Sierra Club sued to block construction.
Officials say someone climbed a more than two-story tall Hollywood public art piece and stole a statue of Marilyn Monroe.
The music and gaming festival will debut in October with Marshmello, Logic, Snoop Dogg and more in addition to gaming stars Ninja, Jacksepticeye and others.
Dutch Bros. Coffee announced this week that it is opening four additional locations in the Las Vegas Valley.