Rio’s relatively new ownership got the green light Thursday to eventually hold a gaming license, setting it up for full oversight of the property in the next couple of years.
An early proposal by Sightline Interactive and Sightline Payments is no longer under consideration by Nevada gaming regulators.
The familiar format of speakers, videos and display booths by local businesses that is the annual Preview Las Vegas goes virtual this year, thanks to meeting restrictions.
Sightline Interactive has petitioned the Nevada Gaming Commission to amend regulations that require in-person registration for sports wagering accounts.
Super Bowl parties will have restricted capacity when the game kicks off Feb. 7 and regulators are warning they plan to enforce Gov. Steve Sisolak’s mandate.
Associations representing gaming, travel and hospitality say they’re ready to work with the new Biden administration to expedite recovery.
Brin Gibson, on the job for three months, is ready to take on the daunting challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and updating the state’s gaming regulations.
Nearly 63,000 plants and flowers are spread across four scenes inside the Bellagio Conservatory’s Lunar New Year display, designed to convey messages of love for nature, commitment, tradition, children and travel.
MGM Resorts has decided not to make a revised offer for the British gaming company Entain PLC.
The lucky bettors each hit sequential royal flushes within hours of one another Friday.
The Las Vegas chapter of the Israeli-American Council held a drive-through lighting of Ner Neshama in remembrance of the resort developer, who died Jan. 11 at age 87.
Nevada hospitality employees are in the fast lane to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but face a long line before it’s their turn.
The Sands Aviation fleet has 19 jets of varying sizes, all brought up to VIP standards.
The merger would take place through Gaming Hospitality Acquisition Corp., a blank-check company with plans to raise between $150 million and $172.5 million through an initial public offering.
Theodore Roosevelt was president, John Sparks was governor and trains, not airplanes, ruled the transportation landscape when the two-story Golden Gate first opened.