The inaugural Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix was successful for some of the big resorts and a good time for fans, which is why it will continue to run here.
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Watching the Culinary drama was like watching ”Titanic.” You knew the ship was going to hit an iceberg and sink, and you knew casinos would make a deal before F1.
Although United Airlines has begun using its WILMA aircraft boarding system for Windows, Middle and Aisle seats, Professor Jason Steffen of UNLV may have a better way.
When thousands of race fans converge on Las Vegas later this month, it presents a huge economic opportunity. But some local residents still hate the idea.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board sided with banned gambler Rhon Wilson in a patron dispute. He had a long history of trespassing.
The singer-songwriter made a memorable appearance before the Nevada Gaming Commission to win his Margaraitaville Casino licensing.
There aren’t many roadblocks that can stop Nevada’s gaming and tourism industry growth for the rest of 2023, but labor unrest could spoil the party.
Acres Technology’s “ticket in, bonus out” system will try to encourage additional play by sending a bonus to players with free spins when their luck runs out.
Penn Entertainment links up with ESPN while WynnBET shuts down in eight states in two surprising sports wagering industry moves.
The company that operates the Tropicana hotel-casino is working on two other big projects and waiting for a Major League Baseball relocation vote.
Thousands of people will come for special events in Las Vegas and most of them will try their luck in casinos, even though, statistically, luck may not be on their side.
While it won’t host a possible future NBA team in Las Vegas, the Sphere has already made its mark as a major addition to the Strip skyline ahead of its September opening.
Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance executive Tina Quigley thinks Oak View Group’s NBA-ready arena plan is for real and a sustainability package is icing on the cake.
Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom were still the source of more than 60 percent of all international visitors to Las Vegas in 2022.