A hearing has been set for April 6 in Clark County District Court to consider an emergency motion to close the SpeedVegas track south of Las Vegas where customers pay to drive or ride in cars that go more than 150 mph on a 1½-mile course.
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The Nevada Gaming Commission has unanimously approved a slots-only nonrestricted gaming license for a casino near Nellis Air Force Base formerly known as the Barcelona.
As yet another destination is hit by terror, travelers are sighing with dismay and thinking carefully about personal safety, even while saying the latest attack won’t keep them home.
Representatives of four major trade shows told a panel about some of the features the Las Vegas Convention Center will need to keep their shows in Southern Nevada.
The top executive of the SpeedVegas track south of Las Vegas has denied allegations made in a civil lawsuit filed Monday that calls for the attraction to be closed until safety improvements are made.
The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, plans to spend $6.5 million over the next year to add new, interactive exhibitions and a better dining experience as it seeks to draw in more tourists.
Clark County officials see a need for regulation of some of the safety aspects of thrill attractions such as SpeedVegas, but elected officials may be reluctant to draft specific regulations, County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said.
Southern Nevada’s tourism industry generated a record $59.6 billion in economic activity in 2016 driven mainly by higher spending per person, according to a new study by Applied Analysis.
Frontier Airlines and Silver Airways are dropping air service to Cuba, saying other airlines are adding too many flights to the island nation and making the routes unprofitable.
Author Steven Hill bashed Uber Technologies over the course of an hour on Tuesday before a packed audience of limousine and fleet transport operators at the Venetian in Las Vegas.
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