“The Madness Begins Here.” That’s the catchy new slogan aimed at creating more buzz for basketball in Las Vegas during the frenzied month of March, when Sin City will host an unprecedented four college conference tournaments in three arenas,
Despite years of agonizing about taxi drivers who long haul unsuspecting tourists, the Nevada Taxicab Authority came across a contingent that didn’t care during its most recent two-day crackdown.
Time gets away from all of us at one point or another.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A federal court has dealt a blow to the business arm of a northern Arizona tribe that owns the Grand Canyon Skywalk by upholding a $28.5 million judgment in favor of a Las Vegas developer who invested the money to build the horseshoe-shaped glass bridge on tribal land.
DALLAS — US Airways CEO Doug Parker has landed the big merger he sought for years. Now the soon-to-be CEO of the new American Airlines has to make it work.
The UNLV effort to build a 60,000-seat domed stadium has a $360 million commitment from Majestic Realty but is facing stiff opposition from MGM Resorts International, which owns 10 hotel-casinos on the Strip. The company had pledged a $20 million donation to the project but on Wednesday issued a statement opposing the $900 million venue.
Nearly two years after closing, the Sahara is getting its face-lift. SBE Entertainment has secured the last piece of the $415 million in financing to transform the Strip resort into the SLS Las Vegas. Work begins today on the 1,620-room hotel-casino, with a planned opening in fall 2014.
Zachary Conine stood among employees, reporters and curious onlookers Tuesday wearing a blue pinstripe suit and bow tie as he cheered the latest step in the two-year redevelopment of the Downtown Grand, formerly the Lady Luck.
While Las Vegas marks the Year of the Snake with Chinese New Year celebrations all week, travel officials look to mainland China as a prime target.