Planet Hollywood is back in business. It will be a limited reopening: Gaming floors will be open seven days a week, but the hotel will only accept weekend reservations.
Mike Shoro covers breaking news and violence during the evenings. He previously reported breaking news overnight for the Review-Journal. A University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate, and a Chicago suburbs native. Prior to joining the R-J, he worked at several news organizations in Nebraska. Father to an unruly rabbit.
Nevada companies are extending furloughs for or laying off hundreds of workers in coming weeks.
Resorts World Las Vegas will open next summer with a “resort within a resort,” the property announced Tuesday.
Oyo Las Vegas notified the state it plans to lay off employees effective Nov. 12.
New state data and company figures from Wynn Resorts and Las Vegas Sands don’t provide insight into what role Nevada’s resort industry is playing in the spread of the coronavirus, experts say.
Six months ago, the Las Vegas Strip was just a plane ride away. These days, it’s a road trip for gambling.
NV Energy is expected to dole out one-time bill credits to customers next month.
Downtown’s newest resort is continuing its hiring spree ahead of its opening next month.
A Labor Day snapshot of how the pandemic has — and hasn’t — changed the workplace.
Five companies across Southern Nevada have already laid off or expect to lay off a total of at least 817 workers.
Canyon Ranch Las Vegas said it plans to continue furloughing 178 employees through at least the first couple weeks of September.
The campaign launch coincides with the National Park Service’s 104th birthday and urges responsible travels and forays into nature.