A prominent former rodeo organizer is blowing the whistle on a proposed steer roping — or “steer tripping” — event that is potentially scheduled at Orleans Arena when the National Finals Rodeo comes to Las Vegas in December, describing steer tripping as “awful.”
More than 100 undeniably bright people tossed around ideas Tuesday when asked “What do we want Las Vegas to be?” One suggestion: Emulate Orlando.
U.S. home prices fell for the second straight month in December as brutally cold weather, tight supply and higher costs slowed sales. But home prices in Las Vegas and five other cities bucked the trend and rose.
Among all Nevada’s cities, Las Vegas ranks No. 4 on a real estate firm’s best places to live in the state, according to a new study. Incline Village took the top spot.
Three powerful women who carved out roles in Nevada’s gaming industry as it moved away from gambling halls to megaresorts shared their stories at the Mob Museum on Wednesday, riveting an audience with their substance and laughter.
Apparently, a widely publicized shooting in the heart of a tourist area can’t hold Las Vegas down. A year ago, a shooting and a fiery crash at Flamingo Road and the Strip killed three people, starting talk that tourism would plummet.
While there are risks to the economy locally and nationally, the fundamentals behind the recovery are good and have improved tremendously over the last few years, according to an economist with Beacon Economics.
Las Vegas would like you to know all is forgiven — at least, unofficially.
As a senior at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Melissa Waite never planned on being a partner at a prestigious local law firm. At the time, Waite was studying and finishing her requirements toward earning a degree in psychology and a minor in economics.
A dormant apartment project in southeast Las Vegas has reawakened with a new name. The former City Club has been rechristened The Lennox Las Vegas.