Braxton Ryback and Johnny Young were arrested and charged with making false acts of terrorism after the two were removed from XS Nightclub.
The first AGS Orion Upright cabinets with dual LED screens and USB ports have made their way to casino floors in Connecticut, California and Oklahoma.
Maverick Gaming LLC, a small Las Vegas-based company, is continuing its rapid expansion into Washington, announcing the acquisition of six casinos and card rooms.
The property first opened in 1970s as the Howard Johnson Hotel.
The move could help MGM Resorts International capture a specific kind of traveler — those that belong to a younger, affluent demographic, according to Jefferies analyst David Katz.
Hooters Hotel and Casino Las Vegas will become OYO Hotel & Casino Las Vegas with a transformation expected by the end of the year.
The Nevada Gaming Commission signs off on a settlement with the owner of a Las Vegas tavern resulting in the Smuggle Inn surrendering its restricted gaming license.
The Nevada Gaming Commission unanimously approved the licensing of longtime gaming executive Phil Satre.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. is changing course on plans to pursue an integrated resort in Osaka, Japan.
A Seminole Gaming technology whiz who formerly worked at Caesars and IGT and who colleagues called a slot machine networking genius has died at his Florida home.
The Nevada Gaming Commission is expected to accept the surrender of a restricted gaming license Thursday following a complaint from the state Gaming Control Board.
The cost of the under-construction MSG Sphere at The Venetian in Las Vegas is giving investors the jitters.
The company is looking to fill 1,000 positions for its property in Black Hawk, Colorado, as it undergoes a major expansion project.
Synergy Blue, a creator of skill-based, arcade-style casino games, announced Wednesday morning that it is moving its Palm Desert home office to Las Vegas.