A 1969 Caesars Palace $25 casino chip with green horsehead mold and a 1955 $5 chip from Lake Tahoe casino Wagon Wheel are slated to be auctioned off Thursday night at the South Point with bids starting at $4,000 and $500, respectively.
Policies on how the legal use of marijuana will affect the gaming industry are expected to be aired next month as regulators grapple with the oncoming legalization of recreational pot.
Accompanied by a blast of green and gold confetti and “Viva Las Vegas” by Elvis Presley, MGM Resorts International executives on Tuesday tossed gravel with gold-colored shovels to kick off construction of a $130 million conference center expansion at the MGM Grand, a key piece in a larger south Strip strategy.
MGM Resorts International will on Tuesday launch construction of a $130 million expansion of Strip convention space as it seeks to grab a larger share of the lucrative Las Vegas trade show business.
Late in the recently concluded Nevada legislative session, lawmakers revisited and modified policy from an era of our state’s storied gambling past.
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.