The Nevada Gaming Commission this week unanimously approved a new regulatory amendment that will allow casino-goers to remotely verify their identity and fund cashless wagering accounts.
Colton Lochhead covers pot and politics for the Review-Journal, where he started as an intern covering crime and breaking news in 2012. Raised in Las Vegas, the life-long desert rat graduated from Bonanza High School before earning his journalism degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Stock prices were up Friday for Las Vegas casino operators with resorts in Macao after the government there clarified its casino licensing framework.
The Arizona Cardinals and BetMGM on Thursday offered a peek at what the 16,800-square-foot BetMGMSportsbook will look like when it opens on the Cardinals’ stadium grounds.
The Golden Gate hotel-casino on Thursday honored the 116th anniversary of the building’s 1906 opening in downtown Las Vegas.
Metro Pizza is shutting its doors Mondays and Tuesdays this month as a way to deal with pressures of staffing shortages. “They just need a break,” co-founder John Arena said of his employees.
Samsung CEO JH Han discussed the company’s initiatives aimed at driving sustainability innovation during a keynote address Tuesday night, the eve of the opening of CES 2022.
The Flamingo’s long run is a reflection of the Strip’s history and the iconic corridor’s ability to reinvent itself.
Getting a room on the Strip when CES comes to town next month will still cost you a tidy sum, even with a smaller crowd expected for the annual consumer electronics trade show.
Several major companies have pulled out of attending the biggest U.S. technology conference next month in Las Vegas over growing concerns about the rapid spread of the COVID-19 Omicron variant.
The Mirage’s artificial volcano along Las Vegas Boulevard and the Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat could go away with The Mirage brand as part of the transition.
MGM Resorts International has reached an agreement to sell the operations of The Mirage to Hard Rock International for $1.075 billion in cash, according to an announcement from the company.
Five miles of “immediate relief” is coming for drivers who make the congested trek along Interstate 15 from Las Vegas to Southern California.