Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s Las Vegas gaming floors have been given the green light to operate at full capacity, effective Monday.
Capacity and social distancing rules would be completely lifted once 60 percent of eligible residents have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Two of the shows in the upcoming Broadway Las Vegas series are holdovers from what would have been the 2020-21 season.
Another Las Vegas hotel-casino is getting ready to expand its hotel operating hours.
Around 14,000 older Clark County School District students were returning to their classrooms on Monday after more than a year of virtual learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mandalay Bay, Park MGM and Mirage are set to operate 24-7 starting March 3, thanks to increased interest in travel to Las Vegas, according to a Wednesday news release.
Businesses across the Las Vegas Valley received the green light to loosen their operating restrictions on Monday, with many allowed to surpass 25 percent capacity for the first time since November.
New capacity limits begin today as part of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s plan to ease restrictions if current declining infection trends continue.
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s announcement loosening restrictions on certain businesses next week provides some relief to local bars and restaurants, although not as much as many were anticipating.
With preparations underway to reopen Clark County School District buildings for the first time since March, the district’s facilities are back in the spotlight.
The U.S. Travel Association is ready to kick-start the recovery of the travel industry, but acknowledged possible roadblocks to recovery, including a potential new federal mandate that would require COVID-19 testing for domestic flights.
The Mirage will open the new year by shutting down totally from Mondays through Thursdays, MGM Resorts International announced Monday.
The school district also presented a proposed reopening plan that would return prekindergarten to 3rd grade students to classrooms first, followed by older students.
Four of Red Rock Resorts’ properties remain in the dark, but the locals-focused casino operator is turning its attention toward future projects in the Las Vegas Valley.
Many in Las Vegas report drop in sales; all worry about another shutdown.
“Extravagana’s” reopening date is just ahead of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s two-week deadline for COVID numbers to trend downward.
The curated exhibit will feature works by Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Diane Arbus and Helmut Newton.
As work crews put the finishing touches on the new West Hall and will add a solar power generating system, the first trade show since March prepares to arrive.