Las Vegas News

Morton Family Tradition Of Excellence Continues at MB Steak Las Vegas

If ever a steakhouse was bred to have a pedigree as refined as the Imperial Wagyu that graces the pristine porcelain plates it’s served upon, it’s MB Steak. Read More

Westgate SuperContest Will Crown $1.3M Winner From $3.8M Prize Pool

Forget about the Westgate SuperContest’s first $1 million winner. At this rate, the world’s most prestigious NFL handicapping contest will crown its first $2 million winner next season. Read More

Vegas Experience: Maverick Helicopter Night Tour Of The Strip

So let’s see, where did I leave off? Right… it was Tuesday, April 25th. I had gotten a brutal shave from Ernesto in the morning, then an (eventually) delicious meal served by Ernesto in the afternoon. Brings us to sundown… Read More

Proud To Call Vegas Home – Vegas Strong [Video]

Whenever I am asked by a guest about the safety of the Las Vegas Strip, I always tell them that the Las Vegas Strip is probably the safest tourist corridor in America if not the world. Last night we saw why. Last night and into today, we saw law enforcement, private security, and first responders all fell into proper place very rapidly and it was all very organized. Read More

Lotus Of Siam Likely To Remain Closed Longer Than First Thought

When chunks of Lotus of Siam’s ceiling caved in Friday night, Penny Chutima said she thought her famed Thai restaurant would be closed for just a week. In the daylight, the damage proved otherwise. Read More

The Most Spectacular Casinos In Las Vegas

Las Vegas, or “Lost Wages” as it’s been dubbed by unlucky rollers, is a place indelibly associated with bright lights and green felt. Ever since Nevada legalized gambling in 1931, the city has been inviting people from all over the world to try their luck at some of the most iconic casinos in the world. The first of these all-in-one resort hotel complexes was The Mirage, opened in 1989 by entrepreneur Steve Wynn. Read More

Businessman Invests Millions To Restore Liberace’s Mansion

The hints that Liberace once owned the place aren’t exactly subtle. The mirrors, not just on every wall, but also, in tinier versions, affixed to a piano and a bar in the living room. The stage costumes — in pink and classic black — preserved in display cases in the dining room. Read More

8 Famous Las Vegas Statues To Snap Or Instagram

There are important questions that people must answer as they go through this life. “What was I put on this planet to accomplish?” “Is all you really need love?” “Does there really need to be a “Will & Grace” reboot?” And, of course, “Which statue throughout the Caesars Empire should I take a selfie with?” Read More

Controlled Chaos At Las Vegas Hospital Trauma Center After Attack

On Sunday night, Toni Mullan drove 110 miles an hour on side streets from home to get back to University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, where she had just worked a 12-hour shift as a clinical supervisor in the trauma resuscitation department. Her car was smoking as she pulled into a three-hour parking spot close to the trauma center. Ms. Mullan, 54, left her hazard lights blinking as she shut the car door and raced inside. Read More

Las Vegas Hotel Room Tour: Bellagio 1,500 Sq. Ft. Penthouse Suite w/view On Strip