CARSON CITY — A new “brand” announced Tuesday by Gov. Brian Sandoval and state tourism officials is short and sweet: “Nevada — A World Within. A State Apart.”
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s overall revenues are expected to rise in fiscal 2014.
Nevada’s average gasoline price is slowly sliding back down for the fourth week in a row.
Maybe Las Vegas will see an increase in Chinese travelers soon.
If Carlos Batiste has gauged the market correctly, many people would like to pick up a bag of jerk chicken-flavored popcorn on their way through McCarran International Airport.
For the major-league drag racers who have descended on Las Vegas for this weekend’s National Hot Rod Association Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event, there’s no clamor for a “diversity program.” The diverse backgrounds of the NHRA competitors serve as an organic feature of the drag racing’s premier circuit to be deployed for marketing, ticket sales and media exposure.
It’s almost as if they have a crystal ball.
Las Vegas statistics guru Jeremy Aguero stood in front of a packed room at the Four Seasons, giving the local business community their medicine.
Nancy Levandowski and Steven Keller of Ames, Iowa, were married at Denny’s on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday. It was the first wedding in the chapel at the diner in Neonopolis.
What a difference a day makes.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas posted a net loss for the year as the luxury resort continues to attract customers to its restaurants, clubs and retail shops but still struggles to produce strong casino revenues.
The nearly yearlong legal fight over the failed attempt to convert entertainer Wayne Newton’s estate into a theme park and museum appears to have been settled.
Before UNLV ditched billionaire Ed Roski’s Majestic Realty as its private partner for a proposed stadium, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas received an offer from a powerful hotel-casino company to help build the 60,000-seat venue, the Las Vegas Review-Journal learned Thursday.
Union members of Southwest Airlines ground crews handed out leaflets at McCarran International Airport on Thursday to protest the company’s proposals to outsource some jobs.
UNLV made a radical move Wednesday in its bid to build a 60,000-seat domed stadium by dumping its deep-pocket private partner, Majestic Realty.