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MGM Resorts, Penn National win suitability ruling from Maryland regulators

Maryland gaming regulators ruled Thursday that three casino companies, including MGM Resorts International and Penn National Gaming, were suitable applicants to compete for a single gaming license that could place a multimillion-dollar casino complex near the nation’s capital.

KTUD-TV, Channel 25, expected to leave Las Vegas airwaves

KTUD-TV, Channel 25, is expected to leave the airwaves at 11:59 p.m. Thursday. The independent station known as Vegas TV was popular for reruns of “Community,” “King of the Hill” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”

Construction under way for Tivoli Village’s second phase

On Thursday morning, a construction worker sat atop a three-story steel structure, hammering pieces together. Across from him, another man worked from a United Rentals boom lift, wearing a bright orange T-shirt.

Chamber, Nevada State Bank recognize businesses, nonprofits

The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Nevada State Bank, on Thursday honored 25 local businesses and nonprofits for innovating in the marketplace, creating a better community and making customers happy.

One-day temporary casino known as Trailer Station to make return

Gaming regulators gave Station Casinos and United Coin Machine preliminary approval to operate a one-day temporary casino at the 26-acre site of the since-imploded Showboat/Castaways property on the edge of downtown near the Boulder Highway.

Marriott Vacations says third-quarter profit rises

ORLANDO, Fla. — Timeshare company Marriott Vacations said Thursday that its third-quarter net income surged, bolstered by stronger results from its rental and resort management businesses.

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