MGM Resorts International, Caesars Entertainment Inc. and Station Casinos are the latest major companies to have gaming floor capacity and social distancing restrictions waived by Nevada regulators. Silverton also got the green light.
Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s Las Vegas gaming floors have been given the green light to operate at full capacity, effective Monday.
The Consumer Technology Association announced CES 2022 will take place for four days starting Jan. 5.
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.
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.
Nevada State Public Charter School Authority’s board voted Friday to revise its distance learning mandate for schools in counties with elevated COVID-19 transmission.
While the pandemic has forced hundreds of Las Vegas businesses to shutter their doors (and many to close forever), some others have thrived.
About half of MGM Resorts International’s national pre-pandemic workforce is back. The company furloughed employees when the COVID-19 pandemic prompted nationwide shutdowns in March.
Reverend Horton Heat set guitars and heart rates racing in unison at the first rock show in a Las Vegas concert club from a national touring act since March.
The Strip is set to reopen its final resort, The Cromwell, as an adults-only property in late October.
The Clark County school board will not take a vote on reopening schools or bringing staff back to classrooms at its Oct. 22 meeting next week.
More than 100 Las Vegas city playgrounds are reopening after being closed for months because of the pandemic.
As the second quarter of the school year begins, some charter schools are bringing back up to 25 percent of their students for in-person classes.
MGM Resorts International is making another go at boosting its cash on hand.
The Clark County school board will receive another update on COVID-19 and the district’s response at a virtual meeting Thursday beginning at 5 p.m.