Special events continued to propel visitors to Las Vegas gambling at record paces in May. A boxing title fight, Electric Daisy Carnival and two big concerts drew players.
Former All-Pro offensive lineman Jonathan Ogden placed the first wager at the refreshed Harrah’s sportsbook, which features new TVs, chairs and bar space.
Legend has it that the first slot machine Derek Stevens ever played in Las Vegas was the Sigma Derby mechanical horse racing game.
Reid International is bracing for an influx of passengers, and Fourth of July room rates have held steady from earlier this month. So expect lots of weekend visitors.
Many nonprofits are operating Phantom Fireworks booths in the Las Vegas Valley as a way to raise funds.
Home prices are still logging huge year-over-year gains, making it all the more expensive to buy a place as people also face higher costs for gas and other daily goods.
The luxury house in The Summit Club, a wealthy enclave in Summerlin, features a “secluded private apartment.”
Michael Intravia from Hollister, California, won a Texas Hold’em Mega Jackpot.
Despite producing the best quarterly revenue total and cash flow in its history, the company that operates Luxor’s HyperX Arena still showed a loss in 1Q22.
More than 200 exhibitors are expected at the event, hosted by the American Gaming Association, which showcases the latest gaming technology.
Clark County has many restrictions for fireworks that locals and visitors should be aware of before lighting them over the July 4th holiday.
It was one of several jackpots won recently across the Las Vegas Valley.
The 14-gate, $2.4 billion expansion that opened at McCarran International Airport on June 27, 2012, is credited with boosting international tourism and airport capacity.
Oak View Group’s planned 2,000-room resort and 20,000-seat NBA-ready arena on the south Strip are scheduled for a groundbreaking next year and an expected opening in 2026.
Friends of UNLV William F. Harrah College of Hospitality Professor Al Izzolo paid tribute to the legendary mentor in a memorial service after his death in April.