Las Vegas Offering All But Marriage To LGBT Tourists While gay couples still can't get married in the marriage capital of the world, Las Vegas wants to let them know they — and their money — are more than welcome to the buffet of other activities Sin City has to offer.
Culinary Reaches Deal With The DUnion members at another downtown Las Vegas casino-hotel won't be going on strike.
El Cortez, Unions Reach DealAnother downtown Las Vegas casino-hotel has reached a contract deal with culinary and bartender union members ahead of a threatened strike this weekend.
Union Wants County Pay Cuts ReversedClark County's largest union wants to restore a two-percent pay cut enacted during the recession.
North Las Vegas Gives Unions UltimatumNorth Las Vegas union workers have been given a choice by city leaders: Accept a settlement or face layoffs.
North Las Vegas Offers $5.6M SettlementNorth Las Vegas is offering $5.6 million for labor unions to settle a legal battle over pay increases.
Dealers OK Contract With CasinosCasino dealers at three Las Vegas Strip properties have approved a new union contract with owner Caesars Entertainment.
MGM Workers Approve Union ContractUnion workers at Las Vegas Strip casinos owned by MGM Resorts International have overwhelmingly approved a contract that preserves health benefits and aims to bring back workers laid off when restaurants closed during the recession.
Union Cancels Strip ProtestsLas Vegas’ largest labor union has cancelled its weekly protests outside a Strip resort for the rest of the month.
Union Begins Weekly Picket Of Las Vegas Casino The Las Vegas Strip is getting a new addition: a weekend picket in front of the Cosmopolitan casino.
Union Plans Ongoing ProtestsThe Culinary Union is stepping up its demonstrations outside The Cosmopolitan.
More Casino Dealers Vote To UnionizeCasino dealers at two more Las Vegas Strip casinos will wear the union label.