While international travel went up by 40 percent worldwide, the U.S. market share dropped. So what happened? Are we losing tourists to other countries? Are they drawn to the flashy appeal of Macau? Or is America not doing enough to promote itself? And how does it affect Las Vegas? We talk to the U.S. Travel Association.
Phoenix has in recent years become a city where higher education, biomedical research and mass transit have become a focus for state and local leaders. With the development of a light rail system and world class university research the Phoenix area has diversified its economy after years, much like Las Vegas, of being reliant on growth as an economic driver.
What does Las Vegas look like to an outsider with preconceived notions about Las Vegas? New York Times writer, Matt Gross showed up in Las Vegas without a hotel reservation or a plan and explored the city blindly. We talk with Matt Gross about his adventure in Las Vegas.
One of the world's most prolific travel writers, Paul Theroux boasts 7 languages and nearly 50 books under his belt. From Cairo to Cape Town to the South Pacific, Theroux reflects back on a life of railroads and bazaars.
The Nevada Development Authority launched a campaign to attract businesses from Southern California. Now Santa Ana, California-based Assemblyman Jose Solorio has retaliated with the "California Is Golden" campaign.
Imagine a time, about a hundred years ago, when the citizens of Nevada used the railroad to get around. Ely was the home of the Nevada Northern Railway, and now houses a museum dedicated to the railway.
McCarran Airport will shortly introduce off-site baggage check-in at The Venetian, the first of several hotels expected to offer the time-saving service. Speaking on KNPR's State of Nevada this morning, Clark County's Aviation Director Randy Walker described the process--but Security Consultant David Forbes warned that extra links in the security chain may
create fresh vulnerabilites.