A 16-year-old girl died and two other people were injured in a one-vehicle crash on Sands Avenue near Las Vegas Boulevard South on Monday morning, Aug. 3. (Glenn Puitt/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sands Avenue near the Las Vegas Strip was closed Monday morning due to a crash where one person died. (Glenn Puit/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Last week, Caesars Entertainment Corp. announced that it would reopen its fifth casino, Bally’s, this month. Meanwhile, Las Vegas Sands Corp. is set to close its Palazzo hotel tower on weekdays, limiting its available rooms for the majority of the week. The moves have sent mixed messages on just how many rooms resorts are filling in mid-July, a little over a month since reopening.
Aria Resort & Casino reopened to the public for the first time since early March on Wednesday, July 1. Guests checking in at the hotel lobby will be welcomed with a “Dandelion Forest” display representing the 4th of July.
The Paris Las Vegas hotel-casino reopened its doors on June 18 after the statewide shutdown in response to COVID-19. (Mackenzie Behm/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment Corp. on Tuesday announced reopening plans that will expand hotel and casino capacity in the city.
Las Vegas police used tear gas and nonlethal rubber bullets to break up a Black Lives Matter protest on the Las Vegas Strip shortly before 9 p.m. on Sunday.
The Police ask protesters to move to the sidewalk at Elvis Presley and Las Vegas Boulevard as protests continue near the Strip.
Protesters took to the Las Vegas Strip on Friday in one of many demonstrations that have occurred in the U.S. since a black man died in Minneapolis police custody.
Classic car owners and motorcyclists participated in the first “Hot Rods for Heroes” by cruising the Las Vegas Strip on Memorial Day, starting at the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard at the Premium Outlet Mall on Monday, May 25, 2020. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye