Elon Musk’s Boring Co. is looking to extend its underground people-mover project from the north end of the Las Vegas Strip to Allegiant Stadium.
September was the strongest hotel booking month of the year, according to AAA booking data, but was still trailing September 2019 by 12 percent.
Despite diminished foot traffic from the pandemic, taking care of the lifts is still a “nonstop” operation.
Tourists interviewed on the Strip this week say they feel safe despite the recent spate of violence, noting increased police presence as a positive factor.
It wasn’t long ago that Las Vegas officials wouldn’t even think of applying to host NCAA championships because the state was prohibited from doing so because of its legalized sports betting.
Looking to give relief to struggling concessionaires at McCarran International Airport, Clark County commissioners approved halting or reducing the payments those businesses make.
The nearly 44-acre site is just west of Interstate 15 at state Route 161, on the way to California.
A Wheel of Fortune Triple Double Diamond game by the A Gates was the lucky machine.
Southwest Airlines, McCarran airport’s busiest carrier, is in talks with union representatives about possible payroll concessions to offset the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
With a bond offering underway to finance construction of a high-speed train between Las Vegas and LA, one of the backers expects the line to play a big role in sporting events.
China’s Golden Week is typically a boon for Las Vegas, but not this year.
While the amount of visitor volume increased from July to August, it was still well below August 2019 figures.
The local employees are among more than 40,000 workers across the nation set to lose their jobs.
Disney’s parks closed last spring as the pandemic started spreading in the U.S. The Florida parks reopened this summer, but the California parks have yet to reopen.