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Bryan Horwath

Gaming reporter

Bryan came to the Las Vegas Sun from Wichita, Kan., where he worked as a reporter for the Wichita Eagle and the Wichita Business Journal. After growing up in western Wisconsin and graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Bryan got his first full-time reporting job in 2007 and worked for a handful of newspapers in the Midwest for the next decade. He also holds a master’s degree in mass communication from South Dakota State University.

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Luxury apartment, retail complex breaks ground at Symphony Park
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Nashville developer Tim Downey and his team looked at many sites in Las Vegas but ultimately decided Symphony Park was the place to be. On Tuesday, Downey, CEO and founder of ...
Q+A: Spirit Airlines CEO eyes opportunities for more service from Las Vegas
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
"Our product is intended to stimulate more and more travelers who are not used to traveling on airplanes. We have a low-fare, high-value product. It’s worked well here."
Former Caesars chef takes winding road to business success
Monday, May 20, 2019
More than four decades ago, Michael Ty came to Las Vegas from upstate New York with the goal of becoming a chef on the Strip. Working his way up from the bottom, Ty was eventually named executive chef at Caesars Palace in 1982 and later became food director. “My dream was to make that my lifelong job,” Ty said. But, as Ty put it ...
Israeli national airline adding nonstop service to Las Vegas
Saturday, May 18, 2019
Not long ago, according to an El Al Airlines executive, a direct flight between Israel and Las Vegas would not have been considered. With added demand for travel to the West Coast, including Las Vegas, however, the ...
Las Vegas lawyer appointed to Nevada Gaming Commission
Friday, May 17, 2019
The Nevada Gaming Commission is whole once again. Las Vegas attorney Steve Cohen has been appointed to the formerly vacant seat on the commission ...
Dispensary CEO: Las Vegas marijuana consumption lounges won’t initially be profitable
Friday, May 17, 2019
Don’t expect Las Vegas marijuana consumption lounges to be cash cows for their owners — at least initially. That was part of the message delivered by Ben Sillitoe, co-founder of Oasis Cannabis, during a Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Association luncheon on Thursday. “We lost a lot of money for a really, really ...
RTC offering Strip ride-sharing option with no surge pricing
Thursday, May 16, 2019
There’s a new transportation option on the Las Vegas Strip. The RTC earlier this month rolled out a soft launch of a transit service called Trip to Strip ...
With tourism board near vote on tunnel transport system, Goodman raises objections
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s board of directors will vote on contract for a new underground transportation system next week, but not all members are on board with the plan ...
As Project Neon winds down, official envisions faster Las Vegas travel times
Monday, May 13, 2019
Las Vegas drivers will soon begin to see improvements from Project Neon in the form of quicker commute times around the area of the project near downtown ...
Las Vegas marijuana dispensaries planning for consumption lounges
Monday, May 13, 2019
Now that Las Vegas has approved marijuana consumption lounges, dispensary operators are expected to move quickly to take advantage. The city is anticipating a flurry of applications, but as of Thursday, no dispensaries had ...