LAS VEGAS -- It seems like we hear about plans for new stadiums and arenas every week these days.
From projects that are already underway to those that are nothing more than a glimmer or hope. Right now, both ends of the Strip are due for projects.
MGM Resorts International has already broken ground on a 20,000-seat arena between New York/New York and the Monte Carlo.
On Tuesday, Clark County commissioners cleared the way for the All-Net Resort and Arena near Sahara Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard.
UNLV is still grappling with its stadium proposal that would put the action on campus.
While the mayor of Las Vegas wants to bring a soccer stadium to Symphony Park downtown.
Over the years, Las Vegas has seen a lot of arena and stadium proposals that have gone nowhere.
The All-Net Arena and Resort plans to build on the former site of the old Wet ‘n' Wild, which was supposed to be the failed Silver State Arena.