Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman Tony Alamo says there’s enough new substance in a proposed regulation on discrimination and harassment to consider it on Nov. 21.
The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority decided Thursday that it will not attempt to purchase the Moulin Rouge property on Bonanza Road near Martin Luther King Boulevard in Las Vegas.
City of Las Vegas staff have agreed to recommend the council waive $1.9 million in civil penalties imposed on the land if a deal is reached.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has signed a bill strengthening the law requiring casinos to file emergency response plans in the wake of the Mandalay Bay mass shooting.
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker on Friday staunchly denied influencing the Justice Department’s recent reinterpretation of the federal WireAct — a move that could further restrict internet gambling.
The Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel has issued a replacement for its 2011 opinion, saying that the Wire Act only applies to sports betting.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said Wednesday that he will appoint Sandra Douglass Morgan as chair of the board, which oversees the state’s gaming licensing, audits, investigations and enforcement. She will replace former state Sen. Becky Harris.
National Governors Association chairman Montana Gov. Steve Bullock stopped in Las Vegas on Wednesday to discuss an effort to create good-paying jobs, though the Democrat hesitated to give economic development advice to Gov.-elect Steve Sisolak.
Nevada’s largest casino industry trade group is throwing its support behind the effort to break up NV Energy’s electricity monopoly.
The 1,224,485-square-foot resort that will replace them will tower 459 feet over Fremont Street on the north side of the Fremont Street Experience, across the pedestrian mall from the Golden Gate casino.