Top Las Vegas news: Wynn first to reopen buffet; governor shuts down live entertainment on Fremont

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Wynn Las Vegas first resort to reopen buffet

After months of being closed, Wynn Las Vegas announced Monday it will reopen its buffet on Thursday. The experience will be slightly different, as food from the buffet will now be brought to the guests by servers.

Read the full story on FOX 5 San Diego.

State trooper who risked life to save woman on overpass says teamwork led to rescue

A state trooper who risked his life to save a woman clinging to the edge of a Las Vegas Valley highway overpass said Monday he was just doing his job.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

New York-New York accused robber has long rap sheet

A man who Las Vegas police say stole thousands in cash from the New York-New York casino cage Thursday is a habitual criminal with a rap sheet dating back two decades, according to court records.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Fremont Street Experience forced to shut down return of live entertainment

Gov. Steve Sisolak’s office dealt a blow to the return of live entertainment when it shut down Fremont Street Experience’s plans to bring back its free shows.

Read the full story on Eater Las Vegas.

Atomic Liquors expands to Arts District with Atomic Tavern

The oldest bar in Las Vegas is moving closer to launching a satellite tavern on the site of one of the oldest gay bars in Las Vegas.

Read the full story on Eater Las Vegas.

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