About 15 years ago, during her days as a Las Vegas tourist, Jean Scott walked miles along the Strip just to redeem a coupon.
The Las Vegas economy had limped along for several years, causing civic leaders to wonder when, or if, better days were ahead.
Las Vegas, known worldwide as a gambling mecca, has continued to become less attractive to gamblers.
The Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday approved the first ever business relationship between a state-licensed gaming company and a foreign-based Internet gaming operator.
Despite the promises of jobs, increased tax dollars and the potential of technology businesses locating to Nevada, a lobbyist for the casino industry told lawmakers Thursday one important aspect would keep them from approving Internet poker in the Silver State.
After nearly two hours of discussion Wednesday on what constitutes a tavern, a Las Vegas businesswoman added a bit of levity to a Gaming Control Board workshop.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A Las Vegas gaming management company has sued the Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma, alleging tribal officials violated management agreements with the company when they took over control of two tribal casinos in north-central Oklahoma and barred the firm’s employees from them.