A brief rundown of current restrictions in the city and Clark County for those visiting for the holidays.
Roughly 300,000 visitors are expected to come to Las Vegas for the Thanksgiving weekend, potentially setting up a holiday weekend resembling a time before the pandemic.
After many friends and families opted not to travel for Thanksgiving last year as COIVD-19 regulations gripped the nation, now that those have loosed many will be hitting the roads and skies to enjoy the holiday with loved ones.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Stephen Tsai says “McCarran International Airport makes ours look like the airport on ‘Wings.’”
You don’t have to be a millionaire to get up close to innovative — and expensive — products on display at the Big Boys Toys exhibition.
The bill, sponsored by Rep. Dina Titus, would make directions easier for foreign visitors to cities nationwide, including Las Vegas.
With tourism volume nearing pre-pandemic levels, Clark County doesn’t expect to again dip into a debt reserve account to make the next scheduled bond payment for Allegiant Stadium.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has launched a marketing campaign to encourage couples looking for a wedding destination to say “I do” in Las Vegas.
Thundercat, Madlib among other stand-outs during the three-day hip-hop and R&B festival’s opening night.
UNLV’s Center for Business Economic Research hosted its annual economic forecasting event, noting Southern Nevada’s economy still remains vulnerable to surges in COVID-19 cases.
Clark County Department of Aviation Director Rosemary Vassiliadis said she and other area tourism officials have been counting down the days for the return of overseas flights.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association convention and trade show capped its weeklong event in Las Vegas with the SEMA Ignited post-show festival starting Friday afternoon.
Work crews at the MSG Sphere at The Venetian project have begun the framing for interior screens and sound system on the $1.66 billion, 17,500-seat entertainment venue.
Vegas Chamber’s largest networking and forecasting event, Preview Las Vegas, to be at Allegiant Stadium on Jan. 18.