Las Vegas saw its biggest Raiders fan emerge Thursday morning as a massive Silver & Black jersey was draped over the Statue of Liberty at New York-New York.
The unrest on the Las Vegas Strip over Labor Day weekend could have long-term consequences.
Din Tai Fung prepares to open at Aria on the Strip in mid-October.
Vegas Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves has developed a beer that encourages Las Vegans to recall the moments that gave them the shivers.
A-list actor Kevin Hart said in a statement that the telethon was “an incredible opportunity to bring the work of Jerry Lewis and the Muscular Dystrophy Association forward.”
Silverton Chief Executive Officer Craig Cavileer is also CEO of Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District.
A popular watering hole on the Strip got its license suspended by county officials over the Labor Day weekend.
Paul Shaffer remembers the Righeous Brothers on an old ABC-TV show: “Every week, they always seemed to sing the same song, ‘Koko Joe,’ about a little monkey.”
The Linq Hotel, gateway to The Linq Promenade and the High Roller observation wheel, and several other amenities will reopen after a lengthy panedmic closure.
In ‘Guest House,’ Pauly Shore looks like he reeks, he butts heads with the couple and throws a party that lands the homeowner in jail.
Fights along Las Vegas’ tourist corridor over the weekend have caused some casino operators to increase both security measures and room rates.
“The Hunger Games: The Exhibition” at the MGM Grand and Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. at Treasure Island are offering free admission to locals on Thursdays and Fridays in September.