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Wynn Resorts  in Massachusetts
 
Wynn Resorts in Massachusetts

Nov. 22, 2011: The Expanded Gaming Act initiates a commercial casino industry in Massachusetts. Dec. 16, 2013: Wynn Resorts Ltd. and its Massachusetts subsidiary are found suitable to apply for a state gaming license. Sept. 16-17, 2014: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission votes for Wynn Resorts’ $1.6B Wynn Everett proposal. The commission then votes to award a license to Wynn. Jan. 2, 2015 : Wynn Resorts acquires the 33-acre Everett site on the Mystic River. March 2016 : Steve Wynn announces a budget of $2B for the resort and a new working name — Wynn Boston Harbor — as well as a planned July startup. Construction begins in August. Jan. 26, 2018: The Wall Street Journal publishes a story alleging sexual misconduct and sexual harassment over several years by Steve Wynn. Wynn denies harassing anyone. Jan. 29, 2018: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission begins a regulatory investigation of Steve Wynn and Wynn Resorts. Feb. 6, 2018: Steve Wynn steps down as chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts. April 2, 2019: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission begins a hearing to determine the standing of Matt Maddox and Wynn Resorts. April 30, 2019: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission delivers its decision.

Al Gore Speaks At UNLV About Climate Change – Video
 
Al Gore Speaks At UNLV About Climate Change – Video

Former Vice President of the United States Al Gore talks to an audience at UNLV about the effects of Climate change and how to switch to renewable sources of energy.

Las Vegas home prices
 
Las Vegas home prices

Las Vegas home prices grew fastest among major markets in February for the ninth straight month. But amid affordability concerns, the growth rate has slowed down. Southern Nevada prices in February were up 9.7% from a year earlier, according to the latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller index. The last time Las Vegas’ price growth fell below 10% was in September 2017, S&P Dow Jones Indices reported.

Making the Space Invader at Greene St. Kitchen in Las Vegas
 
Making the Space Invader at Greene St. Kitchen in Las Vegas

Lysa Huerta, pastry cook at Greene St. Kitchen at the Palms in Las Vegas, starts with angel food cake, Fruity Pebbles ice cream and strawberry sorbet to create a space creature engulfed in flashing lights and swirling mists. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Placing stadium trusses a precision job
 
Placing stadium trusses a precision job

Crews have begun placing the 26 65-ton stadium canopy trusses around the highest points of the 65,000-seat, $1.8 billion Las Vegas Stadium.

Las Vegas Pools
 
Las Vegas Pools

The M, Park MGM and NoMad are just a few great pools in Las Vegas. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Thunderstorm moves across Las Vegas Valley
 
Thunderstorm moves across Las Vegas Valley

The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning Monday for the southwest valley, which saw hail that measured a half inch to three-quarters of an inch during the afternoon storm. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

The Space Invader infiltrates Greene St. Kitchen in Las Vegas
 
The Space Invader infiltrates Greene St. Kitchen in Las Vegas

At Greene St. Kitchen at the Palms in Las Vegas, pastry cook Lysa Huerta stacks Fruity Pebbles ice cream, strawberry coulis and angel food cake, coats it in meringue and more Fruity Pebbles, torches it and applies candy eyes. It’s served amid swirling mists and flashing lights. Heidi Knapp Rinella/Review-Journal

Free Parking Coming To Wynn
 
Free Parking Coming To Wynn

Free parking will come to the Wynn and Encore resorts on May 1, 2019. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)

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