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Officials with the Las Vegas Sands swatted down rumors that they planned to sell their casino in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and added that they want to make further investment in the property.
Family members of a Nevada rancher who has been fighting the federal government over grazing rights have arrived at Las Vegas police headquarters to file criminal complaints.
Officials broke ground Thursday on a 20,000-seat arena along the Las Vegas Strip that's expected to boost the city's chances of attracting professional sports teams and sate high demand for large-scale concerts and events in Sin City.
Wynn Resorts' first-quarter net income grew 12 percent as strong gambling revenues from its growing operations in Macau offset a small decline in gambling income at its Las Vegas casinos.
Phoenix started reviewing five years of data on shootings by police officers in hopes of learning what can be done better and avoiding potential legal trouble with the federal government.
A Las Vegas Strip hotel that sometimes confused tourists and taxi drivers with its generic moniker, "THEhotel," is getting a distinct new name and a breezy, $80 million makeover hearkening to Florida's South Beach.
Cab company officials are sounding the alarm about ridesharing service Uber scoping out the Las Vegas market.
An actor in a plush panda suit bounds across the stage with the enthusiasm of a minor league baseball mascot, flanked by acrobats atop bamboo poles, stone-faced kung-fu fighters and over-the-top visual effects rarely seen off the Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas saw more visitors in March than in any other month in its history, thanks to college basketball tournaments, car races and conventions.