The scene has been playing out for weeks now across town, as various Las Vegas institutions resume daily operations, each providing its own chapter in the story of a 24/7 city getting back on its high-heeled feet.
More than two months into a state-mandated shutdown, some Las Vegas casinos and restaurants are planning to reopen their doors to the public June 4.
The possible cutoff of $600 per week could wipe out the vast majority of income for unemployed Nevadans, raising fears that Las Vegas’ badly battered economy could be dealt another blow at a vulnerable time.
Bars in Clark County served their last drinks once again following Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order to close at 11:59 p.m. Friday. One bar, Jackson’s Bar Grill, decided to close rather than continue as a restaurant only.
Clark County officials released a list of businesses that were found not to be in compliance of the mandates announced by Gov. Steve Sisolak last month.
Seven counties in Nevada with elevated indicators of COVID-19 transmission will see bars and other alcohol-only establishments close late Friday.
Despite infections triggering the closure of venues and at least one casino worker death, hotel-casinos aren’t required to share the number of employees who have tested positive.
Las Vegas resort workers say companies aren’t being transparent about sick workers.
A growing number of positive COVID-19 cases among hospitality workers on the Strip has had little effect on many travelers’ vacation plans.
Fifty out of 56 businesses passed a second check this week after receiving warnings for not complying with COVID-19 safety requirements, state officials said Thursday.
Since judges, lawyers, plaintiffs and defendants started returning more regularly to the Regional Justice Center, at least 14 people who work at the courthouse have tested positive for COVID-19.
President and CEO Steve Hill, who voluntarily took a 10 percent pay cut when the pandemic set in, wasn’t really expecting a raise when the new fiscal year began.
Officials at the base, which remains under a public health emergency, announced Thursday that Nellis is tightening restrictions because of Southern Nevada’s “sustained increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases.”
Caesars Entertainment Corp. plans to reopen Bally’s amid what CEO Tony Rodio calls “solid customer interest” this summer from tourists.
Theaters and entertainment venues — and Mosaic on the Strip is certainly one of those — are to remain closed in Phase Two.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. is requiring all of its Clark County employees get tested for COVID-19 this month.