Four of Red Rock Resorts’ properties remain in the dark, but the locals-focused casino operator is turning its attention toward future projects in the Las Vegas Valley.
Many in Las Vegas report drop in sales; all worry about another shutdown.
“Extravagana’s” reopening date is just ahead of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s two-week deadline for COVID numbers to trend downward.
The curated exhibit will feature works by Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Diane Arbus and Helmut Newton.
As work crews put the finishing touches on the new West Hall and will add a solar power generating system, the first trade show since March prepares to arrive.
Nevada State Public Charter School Authority’s board voted Friday to revise its distance learning mandate for schools in counties with elevated COVID-19 transmission.
While the pandemic has forced hundreds of Las Vegas businesses to shutter their doors (and many to close forever), some others have thrived.
About half of MGM Resorts International’s national pre-pandemic workforce is back. The company furloughed employees when the COVID-19 pandemic prompted nationwide shutdowns in March.
Reverend Horton Heat set guitars and heart rates racing in unison at the first rock show in a Las Vegas concert club from a national touring act since March.
The Strip is set to reopen its final resort, The Cromwell, as an adults-only property in late October.
The Bureau of Reclamation reopened the outside areas of Hoover Dam on Tuesday.
The Clark County school board will not take a vote on reopening schools or bringing staff back to classrooms at its Oct. 22 meeting next week.
More than 100 Las Vegas city playgrounds are reopening after being closed for months because of the pandemic.