Atlantic City’s top-performing casino will switch to its new owner’s player rewards program next month.
A bill that would create an independent counsel for the Gaming Control Board and Gaming Commission would reduce the attorney general’s budget by nearly $1 million over the next two years, financial projections show.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Monday said he would not support independent counsel for the state’s gaming regulators.
A small Strip casino was the site a jackpot of more than $300,000 over the weekend in Las Vegas.
Months after bailing on the Alon casino project, Australian billionaire James Packer’s company is looking to sell the property — for a cool $400 million.
If plans come together as envisioned in two top news stories from last week, there’s going to be one serious party in Las Vegas come 2020.
Through the eyes of convicted murderer Jeremy Strohmeyer, it was all the casino industry’s fault that 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson was strangled to death in a Primm casino on May 25, 1977.
If you’re having trouble falling asleep, go listen to Wednesday’s hearing on the secret recording made of Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
The Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday unanimously approved several licensings, including one for for James “Jay” Barrett as a director and audit committee chairman for Rancho Mesquite Casino Co.
The Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday unanimously approved removing Fred Anthony Pascente and Anthony Michael St. Laurent from the Black Book.