|A five-mile stretch of the Strip will be closed for up to 13 hours as revelers ring in the New Year, said the Nevada Department of Transportation. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
City officials have announced that city facilities, from government buildings to street lights, are now running on renewable energy, making it the largest city in the U.S. to use such resources. (USA Today)
The addition of both properties expands Boyd Gaming's presence to 12 properties in the Southern Nevada, and 24 properties nationwide.
MGM Resorts International announced via e-mail that free self-parking for residents will end at 11:59 p.m. on 28 December, before the New Year's Eve rush. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)