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Workers Say: More Foreign Vegas Visitors Don't Equal More Tips

Dec 26
Servers and dealers on the Las Vegas Strip say they're worried that as more foreign visitors hit the restaurants and casinos, they'll receive smaller tips.

Lights Out: Power Outage Wreaks Havoc in Vegas

Nov 4
A contractor knocked out power Thursday to a Las Vegas Strip resort, displacing thousands of guests and gamblers, trapping almost a dozen people in elevators for a time.

Vegas Celebrates Pride, Looks Ahead to New Year's

By Ed Walsh | Oct 30
While the big gay New Year's party is not happening this year, LGBTs will mix into the mainstream celebration as Las Vegas Boulevard shuts down to accommodate the overflow crowds that will pour into the street at midnight.

Casino Magnate Wynn Envisions Water Paradise in Dry Nevada

By Sally Ho | May 25
Imagine a white sand beach with a bar at the dock. Water skiers flash by a small island, where fireworks shoot from twin peaks. Now imagine this water paradise is in the desert of drought-stricken Nevada.

A More Mobile Las Vegas Could Cost $12B

By Kimberly Pierceall | Dec 15
Those trademark Las Vegas lights may one day woosh by windows of a light rail train ferrying visitors from the airport to casino lobbies.

Get Wet: Vegas Pools Dip Into a New Season

By EDGE | Jun 10
Summer in Las Vegas is finally here and the introduction of three new experiences will elevate the city's all-star lineup of pools this season - Delano Beach Club, ARIA Sky Pool and Monte Carlo's Sensation.

Dinah Vegas Gears Up for Fourth Year!

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 9
Sin City prepares for redemption from April 23-26 when Girl Bar welcomes women from across the world to Dinah Vegas, now celebrating its fourth year.

Vegas Bets on 'Duck Dynasty' Musical Extravaganza

By EDGE | Nov 14
Just when you think you've heard everything. "The Duck Commander Family Musical" is slated to take the stage in Las Vegas this February.

Las Vegas Neon Museum Welcomes Same-Sex Weddings

By EDGE | Oct 20
Now, same-sex couples can get married in the wedding capital of the world and the Neon Museum offers the city's most iconic location for those wedding ceremonies.

Gaga Tweets Scene-Stealing, Dancing Teen

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 18
Lady Gaga made one little monster deliriously happy last weekend when she congratulated him on Twitter for photobombing a local television news report about the opening of a new shopping center with the choreography from her hit song, "Applause."

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