Despite a strong quarter for Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Boston Harbor, results from three resorts in Macao continue to be a drag on the resort company’s earnings.
The two-month, $597.6 million project is expected to take two years, starts in March after ConExpo-ConAg and includes six time frames when there will be no work done.
Apparel in neutral and neon shades as well as bright patterns caught the eye of thousands of attendees inside the Las Vegas Convention Center on Monday during MAGIC Las Vegas.
The median sales price of previously owned single-family homes fell in July, as Southern Nevada sees fewer sales, growing inventory and more price cuts.
The Boring Company is looking to add another Vegas Loop stop on the south Strip.
Sales have been tumbling in Las Vegas and around the U.S., and if borrowing costs keep falling, it could spark more buying activity.
Ely at Fort Apache in the southwest valley is scheduled to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday.
Could outdoor gambling be at least a partial solution to an impasse between Atlantic City casino workers who want smoking banned indoors, and gambling executives who fear a smoking ban would hurt business and cost jobs?
REAL Messenger app cofounder Fredrik Eklund, former star of Bravo TV’s reality show “Million Dollar Listing,” launched REAL Messenger real estate app in Las Vegas this week.
The average list price on the secondary ticket market for Raiders games in Las Vegas is $691, according to ticket reseller TicketIQ.
A Montana resident cleaned up quickly at the poker table at a Strip casino on Thursday.
America’s hiring boom continued last month as employers added a surprising 528,000 jobs despite raging inflation and rising anxiety about a recession.
Rocco the Clown performed first on what was billed as a celebration for International Clown Week at Circus Circus on Thursday.
A lawsuit alleges short-term rental regulations in Clark County “exceeds the boundaries” of what’s allowed under Nevada and U.S. Constitutions.
A FanDuel Sportsbook is expected to come to Boyd Gaming’s Fremont Hotel Casino in downtown Las Vegas if regulators approve licensing for the country’s largest online sports betting operator.