Red Rock Resorts Inc. and Station Casinos President Richard Haskins was riding a personal watercraft in Lake Michigan on Independence Day when he collided with a 27-foot powerboat, killing him, according to WZZM-TV.
While some guests said they felt completely safe at resort pools, others worry the crowds could further the spread of COVID-19, or say they were turned off by the new protocols.
The act of entering a local casino — put your right wrist up, pull your mask down, look at that camera, stand on that dot — is playing out like a game of the COVID hokeypokey.
The win was one of several of various amounts in the Las Vegas Valley.
The Culinary Union plans to file a lawsuit on Monday against “major Las Vegas Strip casino companies,” alleging that casinos have not adequately protected workers from the coronavirus.
Casinos will find out Friday if the state’s new mask mandate is a deal-breaker for some gamblers. While some tourists have been staunchly against mandated masks, others welcome the stricter policy.
Circa owner Derek Stevens joked that because his new downtown resort was expensive to build, he couldn’t afford to put in an arcade.
The state Gaming Control Board amended its stance on the use of protective facial coverings at blackjack, roulette, poker and craps tables to help protect dealers.
Circa’s first five floors are set to open Oct. 28, CEO and developer Derek Stevens said. The entire 1.25 million-square-foot hotel-casino is slated to be open in December.
The hotel-casino’s fireworks show is set to start at 10 p.m. July 4 and will be the only live fireworks show in downtown Las Vegas, according to a Tuesday news release.