The Clark County Fire Department rescued an injured worker at the Resorts World construction site Monday afternoon.
The first day of spring is Wednesday and the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is ready.
Australia-based slot machine manufacturer Aristocrat Technologies, which opened a $45 million campus in Summerlin in December, is downsizing its design and development division worldwide.
With such neighbors as a boarded-up tavern, an abandoned Ferris wheel project and stretches of vacant land, Motel 8 Plus sits on a less-than-luxurious stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard.
Three members of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s board of directors brought some healthy skepticism to last week’s meeting at which the board gave the go-ahead for an underground transit system.
Electronic game maker AGS said it has renewed a key, long-term contract with the Chickasaw Nation to supply its 22 casinos in Oklahoma.
MGM Resorts International said Macau has agreed to extend the gaming license of its China unit by two years, easing some concerns about how U.S. operators would be treated.
Golden Entertainment said it plans to complete the design of the Stratosphere’s new meeting space by the end of the year as it seeks to attract more business guests to the iconic resort and tower.
Attorneys for Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen on Thursday settled Suen’s 14-year-old legal dispute over his compensation for assisting the company secure a license in Macau.