Las Vegas Healthy For Medical TourismLas Vegas has the potential to become a major destination for medical tourism.
Mandalay Bay Plans Major ExpansionThe Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas is planning a $66 million expansion that will boost its convention center from the seventh-largest to the fifth-largest in America.
NAACP Bringing Convention To Las VegasLas Vegas has been selected to host the NAACP national convention in July 2014.
Tourism Campaign Plays Off NSA Outcry Las Vegas tourism officials are riffing on outcry over national surveillance programs by telling data companies "what happens here, stays here."
Former Mayor Gets Contract ExtensionFormer Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman will continue working as host committee chairman for the valley's tourism board.
April Tourism Flat, Room Rates UpTourism officials say they counted 3.34 million visitors to Las Vegas in April, up a slight 0.5 percent from the same month in 2012.
Consumer Electronics Show Hits TownLas Vegas' biggest annual convention kicks off tomorrow. More than 150,000 people are expected to attend the International Consumer Electronics Show and see the latest gadgets that will be on store shelves later this year.
Monorail Pulls Out Of BankruptcyThe Las Vegas Monorail Company has emerged from bankruptcy protection.
LVCVA: Prince Pictures Broke "Vegas Code"Those infamous nude photos of Prince Harry have become fair game for the Vegas tourism agency.
McCarran Name Change On StandbyA proposal to change the name of McCarran International Airport is on hold for now.
Convention Center Renovation RevivedWith the economy showing signs of improvement, the Las Vegas Convention Center is slated to get a renovation.
Vegas Visitation Up, Gambling Down Again In Sept.Las Vegas attracted more visitors in September compared with the same month a year ago, helped by a whopping 49 percent jump in convention attendance. But once again, tourists in town didn't gamble as much.