LAS VEGAS (AP) — The hulking, empty Harmon Hotel tower at CityCenter will stay up for now. Clark County District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez issued an order on Friday requiring the casino owners to postpone demolishing […]
The first step in demolishing the troubled Harmon Hotel will soon be underway.
A judge says she will OK plans for owners of the CityCenter development to demolish a flawed, half-built hotel tower on the Las Vegas Strip, unless insurers can show they need more time to investigate.
The Nevada Supreme Court has paved the way for a resolution on the future of the troubled Harmon Tower on the Strip.
Officials say Harmon Avenue will be closed overnight near the Las Vegas Strip to allow construction to continue on a pedestrian bridge.
Clark County officials are asking the owners of the defective 26-story Harmon hotel tower on the Las Vegas Strip for more information on their recommendation to implode the building to relieve a public safety risk.
A demolition firm has outlined plans to take down the troubled Harmon Tower at CityCenter.
A Clark County School District bus carrying 42 children has been involved in an accident on Jimmy Durante Blvd. between E. Tropicana Ave. and E. Harmon Ave.