Jaime K. Black, a former federal appeals court law clerk and a senior research specialist and Investigations Division agent for Nevada’s Control Board since 2014, was appointed to the position Friday by board Chairman A.G. Burnett.
A Rio spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday that the hotel’s water systems have been disinfected after two guests reported cases of Legionnaires’ disease.
Eventual shape of resort that will rise adjacent to Fremont Street remains a work in progress, D Hotel owner Derek Stevens says.
The retro Sigma Derby gaming machine, in theory, is a poor product to have on a casino floor.
The casino industry’s largest lobbying group in the U.S. is ramping up its efforts to repeal a 25-year-old federal law that bans sports betting in most states.
Inspired by Capri, Italy, the garden boasts multiple water features and enlarged fruits.
Golden Entertainment, operators of the PT’s Pubs chain in Southern Nevada, is acquiring a company that owns four Nevada casinos, including the Stratosphere, for $850 million.
Two recent guests at the Rio have contracted Legionnaires’ disease, which causes pneumonia-like symptoms, the Southern Nevada Health District announced Friday.
Connecticut lawmakers approved most of a legislative package early Wednesday that could lead to a new tribal casino being built in East Windsor that would compete with a casino being built by Las Vegas-based MGM Resorts International.