It could be a major spark for a new firestorm of entertainment in Las Vegas.
Juden’s journey continues Wednesday, when the North Las Vegas City Council will consider whether to appoint him as interim city manager just one week after a nasty argument with his boss got him fired, rehired and potentially promoted within 24 hours.
The Lucky Dragon, after closing its casino and restaurants this month, now faces foreclosure.
After lawyers for police claimed in court Tuesday that charges may be filed in the Las Vegas Strip shooting, legal observers questioned whether the gunman’s girlfriend is unfairly being singled out.
The installation of hundreds more steel safety posts along Las Vegas Strip sidewalks has been delayed at least another three weeks because of a continuing payroll dispute.
A man was hospitalized Tuesday morning after he was hit by a car in the central valley.
Once Frank Sinatra’s social secretary, Daitch has a different identity these days, as a fast-walking — and even faster-talking — guide to Glitter City.
The Las Vegas Valley could see more rain by the end of the week, according to the National Weather Service.
MGM officials disclosed Tuesday that the company has been in negotiation with Vici Properties, which controls Caesars Palace and Harrah’s in Las Vegas, making public an offer of $19.50 a share to present to shareholders.
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Sessions to gather input on the plan to expand the Nevada Test and Training Range by 301,507 acres are planned in Caliente, Alamo, North Las Vegas, Beatty and Tonopah starting Wednesday.