77°F
weather icon Clear

Tourism

Newton project financiers balk

The financier behind redevelopment of Wayne Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah estate as a “Graceland West” to honor the Las Vegas entertainer surprised many on Thursday by asking a judge’s approval to kill the project.

Newton, developer claim threats

A weeklong hearing in Clark County District Court over a stalled effort to turn entertainer Wayne Newton’s Las Vegas estate into a theme park launched Monday with claims of death threats flying in all directions.

THE LATEST
With Southwest aboard, airfare hike expected to stick

Get ready to spend more on travel. Airlines are raising ticket prices again after a four-month lull that coincided with falling fuel costs.

Hotel owners feel heat over outdoor advertising

When a large convention comes to Las Vegas, there’s heavy competition for the attention of conventioneers. They host parties for potential buyers, offer free giveaways at exhibit booths and some even take out advertising on the side of hotels surrounding the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Engineer spells out permanent repair plan for Harmon Hotel

An engineer hired by contractor Perini Building Co. on Monday began spelling ways to permanently repair the unfinished Harmon Hotel as testimony concerning demolition of the CityCenter property resumed after a four-month hiatus.

It’s on at the octagon, and city’s glad

Watch out Las Vegas, it’s International Fight Week, and the swarms of Affliction shirt-clad visitors have arrived. The Ultimate Fighting Championship is hosting its first full International Fight Week through Saturday, in partnership with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

1 176 177 178 179 180 186