Riviera Says Goodbye as Tower Implosion Goes SmoothlyThe tallest tower of the Riviera Hotel and Casino has crumbled in a controlled demolition that brought an end to one of the last relics of Las Vegas' mobster past.
Razing Riviera Casino Will Level Part of Vegas' Mobster PastThe Riviera Hotel and Casino will officially exit the scene on Tuesday with a cinematic implosion, complete with fireworks.
Tony Bennett Honored On LV StripLegendary singer is also honoree at annual "Keep Memory Alive" event
Petition Seeks to Block Riviera DemolitionThe Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is keeping an eye on a petition to block the demolition of the Riviera hotel-casino.
Report: Tourists Spending More Money in Las VegasTourists are spending more money on their trips to Sin City, according to a new report by the Las Vegas tourism board.
Officials Approve $42M Demolition Contract for RivieraOfficials have approved a $42 million deal to have two of the shuttered Riviera towers brought down in two separate implosions this summer.
Riviera Name Taken DownThe Riviera sign was removed Monday ahead of the building's demolition this summer.
Riviera Name Comes Down From Former Strip Hotel-CasinoA piece of Las Vegas history was removed from the Strip on Monday as crews worked to take down the Riviera name from the former hotel and casino.
Las Vegas Officials: Riviera Too Big To Demolish All At OnceLVCVA and demolitions experts are planning for the hotel's towers to come down in separate months.
T-Mobile Arena Expected To Draw Thousands Of VisitorsAt least 500-thousand tourists will plan a trip to "Sin City" to see an event at the new arena.
Las Vegas Gears Up For "America's Party"More than 330,000 visitors in town to ring in 2016
Holiday Tourism ProjectionLVCVA expecting 315,000 visitors over Labor Day weekend