Theodore Roosevelt was president, John Sparks was governor and trains, not airplanes, ruled the transportation landscape when the two-story Golden Gate first opened.
Dr. Miriam Adelson, the widow of the longtime Las Vegas Sands Corp. chairman and CEO, eulogized him as someone who was irreplaceable.
After missing its planned 2020 construction start date, the company behind the high-speed rail project between Las Vegas and Southern California hopes work can begin this year.
After spending more than $100 million to develop The Row in 2019, the company is renovating 1,199 rooms at the Silver Legacy in a project due to be completed in June.
In separate votes, the LVCVA board approved operating agreements for the Las Vegas Monorail and Elon Musk’s underground people-mover projects at the Convention Center.
Travelers will have a new nonstop route this summer to fly between Las Vegas and Wyoming.
Workers spent more than 4 million hours working on the $987.1 million expansion that broke ground in early 2018 and was finished in time for CES 2021 had it come here.
Brig Lawson, the last of three former tourism officials charged in a criminal investigation, struck a plea agreement Tuesday. He pleaded to a misdemeanor.
Sheldon Adelson, who died Monday at age 87, seized an opportunity in the late 1970s to capitalize on the then-fledgling personal computer industry.
The 2021 CES was kicked off Monday with an opening keynote address from Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg, who explained what 5G technology can do for entertainment.
When it meets Tuesday, the LVCVA’s board of directors will consider multimillion-dollar agreements that should enhance transportation for the city’s conventioneers.
After a history of name changes, new owners and, finally, an implosion, a plot of land just east of the Strip is slated to get a luxury hotel.
Largest trade show of 2021 is going completely digital, leaving Las Vegas with a new exhibit hall but nobody to fill it and a missed opportunity for millions of dollars.