The Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday unanimously approved removing Fred Anthony Pascente and Anthony Michael St. Laurent from the Black Book.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt told state lawmakers Wednesday that he at no time pressured the Gaming Control Board to intervene in a private legal dispute between Las Vegas Sands Corp. and a former employee.
Edward Farrell, a Chaparral High and University of Nevada graduate who has worked at casino properties in Nevada, Mississippi, Connecticut and New York has been chosen to direct development of the Strip’s next big megaresort.
The people who are out to hurt Adam Laxalt’s political career were changing their story long before we knew what the Republican attorney general said in a secretly recorded conversation.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Tuesday became the 23rd Strip property to charge customers to park in visits to resorts.
“Coincidences” keep piling up in the narrative liberals are spinning about Gaming Control Board Chairman A.G. Burnett’s secret recording of a March 2016 conversation with Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
The World Series of Poker has signed a new four-year broadcast and digital agreement that will provide start-to-finish coverage of the July event and ditch the November Nine format that had final table players competing months after the main tournament.
When the Nevada Gaming Commission meets Thursday, members will consider tinkering with Regulation 22, the state’s rules governing race and sportsbook wagers.
As tourists snap their portraits in front of Wynn Las Vegas’ ornate atrium, they often ask themselves aloud if the flower sculptures and trees are real.