Upward of 315,000 visitors will pop into Las Vegas during the Memorial Day weekend. That means busy sidewalks, congested roads and crowded venues, but also a boost for the local economy.
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Convention attendance continued to soar in April, keeping visitor volume for the month in positive territory compared with last year, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reported Thursday.
When 130,000 people arrive for the giant ConExpo-Con/Agg construction equipment trade show in March, they’ll be able to scan their convention registration badges and take unlimited rides on the Las Vegas Monorail for the duration of the show.
McCarran International Airport posted its best April performance since 2007, the last time it served more than 3.9 million airline passengers for the month, the Clark County Department of Aviation reported Thursday.
When the 11-member Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee begins work Thursday on how to pay for a $1.4 billion, 65,000-seat domed stadium, it will try to piece together a funding strategy that will keep everyone happy with their return on investment.
Elected state officials say it is too early to think about a special session of the Nevada Legislature to consider public funding for a proposed $1.4 billion domed football stadium in Las Vegas.
A Virginia-based event management company that ranks convention destinations worldwide says Las Vegas has fallen to No. 3 behind Orlando and Chicago for hosting shows.
Nevadans who play their cards right won’t have to pay at all when MGM Resorts International starts charging for parking on June 6.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority says there’s a potential loss of $15.8 billion in economic output in Southern Nevada if it is blocked from demolishing the shuttered Riviera.
Nevada is renewing its efforts to attract Chinese tourists after shutting down a Beijing tourism office it operated for a decade.
With National Travel and Tourism Week in full swing, here’s a look at how residents in Southern Nevada benefit from the city’s thriving industry.
Southern Nevada’s peaking tourism industry took time to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week on Tuesday with a rally at one of the city’s newest visitor magnets.
The Las Vegas Monorail has inched a little closer to becoming a mile longer — to Mandalay Bay.
Southern Nevada’s tourism machine continues to churn on all cylinders with a 2.9 percent increase in visitors for March and double-digit percentage increases in several categories for the quarter, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority said Thursday.
McCarran International Airport had its best March passenger totals in eight years, and the total count cracked the 4 million barrier for the first time in four month.
Cuba said on Friday it would lift a ban on Cuban-born citizens entering and leaving the Caribbean island by commercial vessels, opening the way for U.S. cruise operator Carnival Corp. to set sail for the country from Miami next week.
Voting ends Friday for a series of new “Welcome to Nevada” signs that will be placed this summer on highways leading into the state.
Hotels are getting more aggressive in their fight to get travelers to book reservations directly with them instead of through online travel agencies such as Expedia and Priceline.
Tourists are spending more money on their trips to Las Vegas, according to a new report by the Las Vegas tourism board.
Exotic supercars from Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Audi and Corvette are on the track, and everyday Joes and Josephines are at the wheel.
Las Vegas promotion officials will unveil a limited edition #WHHSH beer during a party Friday and Saturday at the Ingleside Inn in Palm Springs, California. The event will complement the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California.
Clark County is moving ahead with plans to develop an elevated limited-access airport expressway along Paradise Road, Koval Lane and Tropicana Avenue.
A consultant hired by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Campus Improvement Authority says a domed stadium on 42 acres at Tropicana Avenue and Koval Lane would not disrupt operations at McCarran International Airport. But a McCarran official said the FAA is still reviewing the stadium site.
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