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.
Carolyn Goodman warned that a broken unemployment system and the threat that a spike in coronavirus cases could reel back progress were reasons to remain concerned.
New York City will try to turn a page when it begins reopening Monday after getting hit first by the coronavirus, then an outpouring of rage over racism and police brutality.
Las Vegas is slowly coming back to life following the reopening of select resort corridor properties.
There were no major travel problems late Sunday afternoon at McCarran International Airport or area highways heading out of Las Vegas.
This is the story of a casino stirring back to life after an unprecedented hibernation, a behind-the-scenes look at relaunching a 2,900-room resort and what it took to get there.
People gambled and hit the pools Saturday, and resorts seemed busier than on Day One, when foot traffic was relatively tame.
Guy Laliberte’s sudden interest in acquiring Cirque is great theater for what was the Strip’s leading production company before it ceased operations entirely in March.
Las Vegas is once again open for business, but it’s not exactly business as usual at Strip pools.
Las Vegas casinos hosted weekend visitors Saturday for the first time since mid-March. Check back here throughout the day to see what’s happening on the Strip and at local casinos.
Clark County’s more than 200 licenced operators celebrated reopening properties Thursday, but the bigger question is whether they’ll be able to build on that success.
There was much rejoicing Friday as visitors returned to Las Vegas casinos, open for the first time since March due to the coronavirus pandemic.