A defamation lawsuit filed last year by Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada against Wynn Resorts Ltd., company CEO Steve Wynn and some of its executives has been dismissed by a Tokyo District Court.
A proposal for a 100,000-square-foot shopping center in downtown Las Vegas moved forward Wednesday with support from the City Council.
It was not the showgirls or the bikini-clad dancers or the spray paint artists that stood out Friday night on the Fremont Street Experience. What looked out of place was the sight of Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez walking the length of the attraction followed by a small platoon of attorneys.
One of the world’s biggest beef and chicken companies will piggyback on the Professional Bull Riders season-capping championship event in Las Vegas this month with hopes of reaching the all-important mom demographic.
If you’re looking for a Price is Right chair, statues of lounging Greek goddesses or tiki huts for your backyard, you just hit the jackpot. Caesars Entertainment is unloading more than 14,000 chairs, lamp shades, metal bed frames and countless other items online and at the Rio this weekend.
The owners of The Act nightclub returned to court Thursday to secure more exposure for their recently sanitized repertoire of adult-themed skits.