On a typical day, private investigator Mike Pfriender tails workers’ compensation claimants suspected of faking injuries, trying to catch them casting off the crutches they use in public to do somersaults in the backyard.
Tufesa Internacional wants you. The bus line, based in Sonora, Mexico, and catering primarily to Spanish-speaking travelers, is expanding efforts to attract more English-speaking Las Vegans to its long-distance lines.
By removing the last vestige of its once busy hub, US Airways has added impetus to shutting down Concourse A, one of the oldest parts of McCarran International Airport.
Aeromexico has boosted its flight schedule from Las Vegas to the commercial center of Monterrey from two to four a week as of Aug. 8.
With the local taxi companies all reporting better results in this year, the Nevada Taxicab Authority on Tuesday granted the first new permanent medallions since 2007.
In line with the trend this year, the July passenger count at McCarran International Airport rose 4.9 percent compared to one year ago.
Allegiant Travel Co. will head into the heart of Cajun country on Nov. 1 when Allegiant Air, the company’s discount carrier, starts nonstop flights from Las Vegas to Lafayette, La.
Early this year, lodging industry veterans scratched their heads when hotel rates were spiking upward during an apparently ho-hum weekend in late June.
The showgirls will get a few months off, but they’ll need to stay in shape.
Competition for airline passengers to Mexico City stepped up Thursday when discounter Volaris launched daily nonstop flights from McCarran International Airport.
The rebound in airline traffic continued in June, with contributions coming from a well-advertised source as well as quieter ones.
To find Ffolliott “Fluff” LeCoque’s office in Bally’s, visitors must walk down a narrow hallway, past a row of about seven vivid yellow-and-white-feathered arm cuffs hanging from a bar to the right. An equal number of matching jewel-covered headdresses rest on a white shelf, just above the cuffs.
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention informed the Southern Nevada Health District last year that two cases of Legionnaires’ disease had been possibly linked to the Aria. But it wasn’t until last month that local officials tested the water at the posh Strip resort and discovered the type of bacteria that causes the disease.