A return to normalcy for Las Vegas tourism may still be weeks away, but there should be no long-term effects on tourism to Southern Nevada because of the Oct. 1 shootings.
Eight Las Vegas Valley residents have made the Forbes 400 list of the richest Americans released Tuesday.
Authorities in the Chinese territory of Macau have ramped up security measures following the deadly Las Vegas shooting this month and unveiled plans for a series of mock attacks and crisis training to safeguard the world’s largest gambling hub.
The Washington-based Competitive Enterprise Institute on Tuesday is unveiling a report, authored by Michelle Minton, that describes the significance of New Jersey’s case challenging a federal sports gambling ban known as PASPA — the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act.
Lawyers for a poker player who exchanged $3 million in a high stakes game at Aria said Monday that they’re still going after the money that wasn’t returned despite a ruling that the transaction amounted to an unenforceable gambling debt.
Las Vegas-based W.A. Richardson Builders has been named the construction manager of the Resorts World Las Vegas project, which also announced that it has awarded more than $400 million in contracts.
New Year’s Eve may still be more than two months away, but hotels have in large part finished their planning.
New Jersey online poker players will be able to play against their counterparts in Nevada and Delaware after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed a multistate internet gaming pact on Thursday.
The chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International on Thursday welcomed about 80 wounded warriors and their families to The Mirage for a long weekend of relaxation and entertainment for the 2017 Salute to the Troops.
MGM Resorts International has hired a leading crisis management firm as lawsuits start to roll in following the Oct. 1 mass shooting at one of its properties.