Grand Canyon’s Phantom Ranch is hitting a major milestone which makes Las Vegas’ centralized location among national parks perfect for visitors looking beyond the neon.
If Sodexo, the food service contractor at the Las Vegas Convention Center, can’t reach agreement with the Culinary Union, a strike vote could occur next month.
Two sports-wagering propositions in California were soundly rejected by voters this month. Is there a path forward for betting games in the Golden State?
The shuttered White Sands is being offered for sale through auction site Ten-X, with a starting bid of $1.5 million.
The sale of 10 acres at Las Vegas and Elvis Presley boulevards for $120 million to Claudio Fischer should be completed by mid-December. But what does he have planned?
Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman said the home-flipping sector it entered “is a staggering amount of money and risk for a now-uncertain benefit.”
Gaming industry observers are asking the same question: Is this a casual investment or the first step in a potential takeover of Wynn Resorts?
An industrial park in North Las Vegas sold last month for more than $140 million, after construction finished in September.
A special committee has recommended a regulatory amendment for sportsbooks to take bets on esports, but it could take time before many people bet on competitions.
Las Vegas has a long history of blowing up buildings to clear space for new ones. And now, a pipeline of big demolitions is set to remake parts of the Strip and other pockets of Southern Nevada.
The speed-dating conference for cities, airports and airlines was a big opportunity for Las Vegas to snag more flights to and from international destinations.
Southern Nevada’s market appears to be in a logjam, and there’s no telling when it will break through.
Casino Employees Against Smoking’s Effects is trying to gather support for a ban on smoking in Nevada casinos, but the topic may be too hot to gather enough local support.
Members of the Nevada Gaming Commission explain why they’re not weighing in on the Culinary Union’s frustration over its labor disputes with Station Casinos.
Crowds during the race will likely be massive. As seen Friday on Hotels.com, dozens of hotels in the Las Vegas area are sold out that weekend.