As 22,000 people were enjoying the music at the Route 91 Harvest festival, terror rained down upon them from a shooter on the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay.
Even though few records exist, the 60th anniversary of the landmark is being celebrated this month.
The LVGEA’s 2019 Community Survey reported a dip in the number of respondents who avoid Las Vegas Strip services and casinos that charge for parking compared to last year.
A slots player at The Venetian has 1.8 million reasons to love Las Vegas.
The RTC kicked off a yearlong app-based ride hailing pilot program, mainly serving customers traveling between McCarran International Airport and the resort corridor.
Nearly three months after a man fell down a flight of stairs and died near the High Roller loading area on the Strip, the Clark County coroner’s office has determined his death was an accident.
Clark County commissioners have given the green light to Lorenzo Doumani’s plans for a 45-story, 720-room nongaming hotel at 305 Convention Center Drive.
Daniel Lamarre says Cirque du Soleil is expanding beyond the gymnasts and aerial and aquatic artists but remains an acrobatic company.
The Las Vegas branch of a national security company is facing two wrongful death lawsuits after two Nevadans died at the hands of guards employed by them.