Eldorado Resorts’ acquisition of larger Caesars Entertainment Corp., announced Monday, would form an industry giant with 60 domestic casino–resorts and gaming facilities across 16 states. The companies said the buyout would close next year. The deal is expected to bring major changes to the Strip — where the merged company may try to sell properties; and the deal is expected to raise questions about sports betting, regulatory issues, and the company’s possible future in Japan.
Pogopalooza, known as the World Championships of Pogo, is bouncing into Pittsburgh this weekend.
There are “a million things” the cruise company could have done to prevent the death of an 18-month-old Indiana girl who fell to her death from an open window on a cruise ship in Puerto Rico, the toddler’s mother said in an interview broadcast Monday.
A 2-year-old North Las Vegas boy’s death in February, which prompted a police investigation, has been ruled a homicide by the Clark County coroner’s office.
New York has become the first state to ban the declawing of cats.
Denior Javin White is the first UNLV player since John Lotulelei in 2012 to appear on the Butkus Award watch list. The award honors to the nation’s top linebacker.
The Summer Olympics will return to Tokyo next year for the first time since 1964. The world’s best athletes will be on display, of course, but so will Japan’s sprawling capital — a dense mix of the traditional and the eccentric.
Additional moisture and slightly lower temperatures are expected in the Las Vegas Valley this coming week before hotter weather returns on the weekend.
Let’s bow to The King, who 50 years ago this month kicked off a historic series of shows in Las Vegas — and its first residency.
The global box office has a new king in “Avengers: Endgame.”
Las Vegas police have identified the officer who shot a suspect in a vehicle theft last week in the east valley.