Fire Official: No Report Yet On Cause Of Vegas Hotel FireDeputy Clark County Fire Chief Jeff Buchanan said Monday that more than 70 firefighters responded to the 6 p.m. Saturday fire at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, formerly known as the Hilton.
Convention Center To Get Tech UpgradesThe center is about to undergo nearly $1.5 billion expansion, including a new exhibition hall and more meeting room space.
Sandoval Names Las Vegas Convention Center Upgrade PanelGov. Brian Sandoval has named a casino company design executive and the managing partner of the Thomas & Mack Corp. to head a Las Vegas Convention Center upgrade project oversight panel.
Coroner IDs Woman Hit By Car Near Vegas Convention CenterThe Clark County Coroner's Office has identified a woman who was struck and killed by a car near the Las Vegas Convention Center.
With Possible Session Ahead, 5 New Lawmakers to be ChosenNevada could have five new lawmakers this week as the state fills vacancies in preparation for a potential legislative session to approve an NFL stadium funding plan.
Proposal to Expand Vegas Convention Center Moving ForwardA committee is moving forward with a proposal to raise hotel taxes to expand the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Hillary Clinton Returning to Las Vegas for Union ConventionDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is returning to Las Vegas later this month for a union convention.
One Dead, 2 Sought in Apartment Gunfire Near Convention CenterPolice say a man is dead and two possible assailants are sought after an overnight shooting at an apartment complex near the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Two Treated for Smoke After Electrical Fire at WestgateA fire official says a hotel maintenance worker and one guest were treated for smoke inhalation after an electrical fire at a Las Vegas resort.
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.
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 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.