A Tesla driver looking for a charging station breached the Las Vegas Convention Center Loop underground transit system in June, the LVCVA acknowledged Tuesday.
Tourism leaders are dubbing Las Vegas the “Greatest Arena on Earth” through a new ad campaign aimed at drawing sports fans to Las Vegas.
Clark County officials are anticipating a strong uptick in the number of couples saying “I do,” while also preparing to issue the county’s 5 millionth marriage license.
The lack of convention traffic continues to keep visitation below 2019 levels, but the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority says it continues to climb steadily.
The Las Vegas Market, a twice-annual furnishings trade show for designers to meet vendors and see new merchandise, took over the World Market Center this week.
Of 34 new cases announced last week, mainly tied to alcohol or mask wearing, nine of them had ties to Las Vegas, with fines totalling $113,000.
Well-known Las Vegas gambler Bill Walters is set to donate $1 million to the fund aimed at financing the work needed to rename Las Vegas’ airport to Harry Reid International Airport.
The National Association of Broadcasters announced Wednesday that it will require attendees of its October trade show to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport clocked 4.15 million travelers passing through its gates in July, nearing passenger volume seen pre-pandemic.
When registrants for CES roll into Las Vegas in January, they’ll be required to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 before they can attend the four-day show.
SIAL America will make its debut at the Las Vegas Convention Center in March, thanks to Emerald Holding and Comexposium partnering to bring the trade show to the city.
The LVCVA has approved a contract revision giving employees more time on the COVID layoff call-back list. Next come discussions for employee vaccinations or testing.