Encore reported $16.8 million in gross gaming revenue, more than $2 million per day, according to data released Monday by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
Nicole Raz became business editor of the Review-Journal in 2018. An Albuquerque, New Mexico, native, Raz came to Las Vegas after living in Washington, D.C., where she worked as a radio reporter and earned two journalism awards. Raz graduated from American University.
“We got people off and then checked on it,” Caesars Entertainment Corp. spokesman Richard Broome told the Las Vegas Review-Journal Saturday.
The stadium will ultimately be built with a variety of structural infrastructure designed to withstand seismic events.
The company is slated to provide more than $4 million in new tax revenue over the next 10 years and plans to hire 10 employees within the next year.
Three prospective sportsbook operators are waiting on the sidelines in anticipation of Eldorado Resorts’ proposed $17.3 billion acquisition of Caesars Entertainment.
Prices at Nevada gas pumps — the fourth-highest in the country — have been sliding lower and motorists could see them drop even more.
The show runs Sunday through Tuesday at South Point and is expected to host 421 exhibitors and almost 900 attendees, according to Show Director Carrie Scanlan.
A grand opening is planned for Wednesday at the new store inside the Deer Springs Village Shopping Center, 6730 N. Hualapai Way, the company said Friday in a news release.
Tesla said it will be “winding down many” of its stores “over the nest few months,” it said, with a small number of stores in high-traffic locations.
Amazon is slated to hire 1,000 people for its new North Las Vegas fulfillment center.
After 24 years with Barrick Gold Corp., president of Barrick USA, Michael Brown, will retire Dec. 31.
Las Vegas gambler Billy Walters made the case for his conviction to be dismissed because a special agent of the FBI leaked confidential grand jury information to reporters about the case.
A funeral service for Jerry Herbst will be held Tuesday for friends and family. Herbst, founder and chairman of a series of local “Terrible’s” gas stations, died Nov. 27 at 80.
The appointment makes West the first ever private sector representative to serve on the commission. “Education is a foremost priority for Nevada’s building and construction industry and we’ve been working for years to put our state’s youth on a career trajectory, regardless of limitations or challenges,” said West.