Las Vegas News

Where To Find Cheap Drinks In Las Vegas

Las Vegas used to be the land of deals like the 99-cent shrimp cocktail and cheapo late-night steak and eggs. The scene has changed but good deals on drinks can still be found in Sin City, if you know where to look. From the happiest of hours to all-you-care-to-drink deals, plan your itinerary to catch some good old-fashioned drink specials. Read More

Downtown Grand Gets Initial OK To Build Third Tower

The Downtown Grand is poised to become, well, grander. The hotel on Tuesday received approval from the Las Vegas Planning Commission to build an eight-story, 495-room hotel tower on a portion of 2.2 acres at 220 N. Fourth St. Read More

McCarran Making More Off Ride-Hailing Companies Than Taxis

Ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft generated more revenue for McCarran International Airport than taxis in each of the past six months, airport data show. Read More

Powerful Light Displays Dazzle Fashion Show’s Plaza

Sure, the Strip’s video displays are impossible to miss. But the newest addition to Las Vegas Boulevard’s sign gallery is really impossible to miss. Read More

Pizza Lotto Hits The Jackpot For A Light Meal At Ei Cortez Las Vegas

After taking a year and a half break from Las Vegas (got married, and then, my wife and I were expecting our first child) I finally made my return back in May of 2016 and many, many, more since then. I made it a point during that first return trip to check out a little restaurant inside of the El Cortez I had heard great things about, a little pizza joint named Pizza Lotto. Seeking out Pizza Lotto during my return foray to Las Vegas was the best decision I made; I have been back every trip since then. Read More

Las Vegas Home Values Growing Faster Than US Average

Las Vegas home values climbed faster than the national average in the past year, a new report shows. The median estimated home value in the Las Vegas area last month was $222,900, up 10.2 percent from a year earlier, according to listing service Zillow. Read More

A Raiders Specialty License Plate Might Become Available In Nevada

With the Raiders set to call Las Vegas home by 2020, fans might be able to represent Nevada’s second major league team while they drive their vehicles. The Senate Transportation Committee on Thursday passed a heavily amended Senate Bill 428, which now commemorates the Las Vegas Raiders rather than the Tule Springs Fossil Bed. Read More

Downtown Loop Shuttle Service Launches

The champagne flowed early Tuesday morning at Las Vegas City Hall, where officials feted the official launch of a new free shuttle service, dubbed the Downtown Loop. Read More

The Stylish Flamingo Hotel Shaped The Las Vegas Strip

The name had to be eye-catching. It had to be glamorous. It had to be exotic. Billy Wilkerson, founder of the Hollywood Reporter and gambling addict, knew his audience. So he picked the Flamingo, naming his improbable postwar venture after a gaudy bird that doesn’t spend time in the Nevada desert. Read More

Las Vegas Sees Best March Ever For Tourism

Las Vegas posted its highest March visitation numbers, mimicking gaudy airport traffic statistics reported earlier in the week, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority officials said Wednesday. Read More