A Nevada Gaming Control Board report last week showed how much slot machines kept and how much was paid back to players. Will that help you decide where to play?
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R&R Partners principal Billy Vassiliadis says countering the messages of health departments about Las Vegas being unsafe because of COVID-19 wouldn’t be productive.
The California-based Americans for Nonsmokers Rights is connecting casino revenue with smoking bans and has enlisted the Oakland A’s to take up the fight in Nevada.
LVCVA President and CEO Steve Hill is likely to get a $15,292-a-year raise at Tuesday’s meeting of the agency’s board.
The Boring Co.’s underground transit system passed all its capacity tests, but skeptics still maintain that the company hasn’t delivered what it promised.
Rhode Island-based Bally’s Corp. is one of the nation’s fastest growing casino companies and it’s making its mark with sports wagering and a television network.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board will have a new self-exclusion list for players of interactive games soon, a new means to address problem gambling in the state.
The only international flights arriving at McCarran International Airport come from Mexico and not 10 other countries that were part of the pre-COVID-19 mix.
In meetings between Red Rock Resorts executives and two investment groups, new details on the company’s planned Durango property emerges and analysts like what they see.
A new agreement between Caesars Entertainment and the Arizona Diamondbacks has spurred some conversations on whether sportsbooks belong in our stadiums and arenas.
The failure of Kentucky Derby track operator Churchill Downs to sign an agreement with a licensed disseminator could prevent race wagering in Nevada.
Executives of the Southern Nevada’s publicly traded gaming and tourism companies would just as soon forget about their fourth-quarter earnings reports.
Four companies, including two from Las Vegas, participated in the city’s “request for information.” Does that mean they’ll apply to build in the Windy City?