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Red Rock Resorts announced last week it was immediately closing its newest nightclub.
Kaos had been open less than a year and was part of a $690 million renovation of the Palms Casino.
Last weekend, thousands flocked to the opening of the Kaos nightclub at the Palms, which is getting a $700 million facelift thanks to its owner Station Casinos.
From potential strikes to new arenas, the Las Vegas Strip is always on the verge of change.
Steve Wynn has to give up his villa on Wynn Resorts property, and he won't be getting a multi-million-dollar severance package.
The casino just off the north end of the Strip has closed all food and gaming operations for "retooling."
As millennials eschew casino gaming, will video games be a way for companies to lure them back?
The former Sahara will have new owners. What changes -- if any -- can patrons expect?
Our panel of experts weigh in on what could be coming to Nevada politics, the economy & so much more in 2017.
Downtown’s ever-changing landscape is changing again.
The Beat Coffeehouse is closing. The Arts District is growing. And the City of Las Vegas has a new plan to lead downtown into 2045.
Life is Beautiful returns to downtown Las Vegas for its fourth year.
Just a month after the opening of the T-Mobile Arena on the Strip, plans were announced this week for another major Las Vegas entertainment venue.
Trailing the opening of T-Mobile Arena Wednesday are a lot of questions.
A video game arena could be coming to the Strip.
And the regional finals for World of Tanks – yes, another video game – is coming to the Downtown Grand.
It's one day away from one of the most popular nights on the Las Vegas strip.
Las Vegas is the undisputed nightlife capital of the world.
And you can’t talk about nightlife here without talking about the Strip’s nightclubs.
MGM Resorts International boss Jim Murren has said over and over again The Mirage - a classic Strip casino built by Steve Wynn - is not for sale.
The 5,000 seat venue is set to open in late 2016.
Some people say we’re back to pre-recession days, since billions of dollars are once again being invested on the Strip.