Las Vegas News

Britney Spears Announces End Of ‘Piece Of Me’ Shows In Las Vegas

Britney Spears is saying hasta la vista to Las Vegas. The pop superstar announced the final shows for her “Piece of Me” shows after four years and $100 million in ticket sales. Read More

These Are The Top 3 Restaurants In Vegas’ Chinatown. You Don’t Know Where That Is, Do You?

There’s a Chinatown in Las Vegas? Yes, and you’ll find about 140 restaurants in a three-mile stretch to choose from. The city’s Chinatown, along Spring Mountain Road about 10 minutes west of the Strip, will welcome its newest restaurant, Sparrow + Wolf, this month. Read More

Nevada Sports Books Win Record Amount On Basketball In March

Nevada sports books suffered one of their worst football months ever in January, but more than made up for it with their best basketball month ever in March. Read More

Veteran Horticulturist Oversees Big Blooms At Wynn Las Vegas

As tourists snap their portraits in front of Wynn Las Vegas’ ornate atrium, they often ask themselves aloud if the flower sculptures and trees are real. They scratch the bark of the dozen 50-year old ficus trees with their fingernails. They stare long at the flower-coated spheres above. Read More

Downtown Las Vegas Crime Is Decreasing, Authorities Say

Authorities say crime in downtown Las Vegas has been decreasing. Metro Police released a report showing crime trends across the area. Read More

UFC Opens New $12-Million Performance Institute In Las Vegas For Fighters

In an effort to create healthier, more skilled fighters, the company officially opens its new $12 million UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas on Monday. An estimated 300 fighters were summoned to tour the 30,000-square-foot, two-story institute Friday as part of the weekend UFC athlete retreat. Read More

Five Of The Most Ridiculously Expensive Things To Do In Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known for the capital of spending money in the Western Hemisphere. There is absolutely nothing you can’t do here it seems, and for many, it’s a place where you go to spend all your hard earned money, as fast as you can. What if you’ve just robbed a bank, won the lottery, or really don’t care?  Read More

Street Performers Push For Place On Las Vegas Strip

Street performers are ready to fight for their right to work for tips on the Las Vegas Strip. The Sonic Laborers and Visual Entertainers Union organized a demonstration to say they have a first amendment right to practice their crafts on public sidewalks. Read More

Secret Garden Attraction At The Mirage Earns Animal Welfare Certification

Bottlenose dolphins always look like they’re smiling, but the grins on the ones at The Mirage now come with certification. Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat has been certified under a new international program that recognizes zoos and aquariums which “meet the highest standards of animal care.” Read More

Vegas Recreation Marijuana Sales Will Start July 1st

Nevada is angling to be the first of the states that legalized last November to begin the sale of cannabis to adults for recreational use. Read More