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.
Mike Shoro joined the business desk in May 2020 after working as a digital reporter and social producer. He previously reported on crime and breaking news for the Review-Journal. A University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate, and a Chicago suburbs native. Prior to joining the R-J, he worked at several news organizations in Nebraska. Father to an unruly rabbit.
Nevada hospitality employees are in the fast lane to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but face a long line before it’s their turn.
A CES panel on Wednesday explored space research and technology for the next generation of space exploration.
Autonomous race cars will hit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway later this year, and their design was revealed for the first time Monday during a CES Media Event presentation.
The Mojo Vision Lens, which projects text, image and video information overlays onto your field of vision, captured the Last Gadget Standing prize Tuesday evening at CES 2021.
Artificial intelligence already exists in Las Vegas’ hotel-casinos, and its use across resort operations is likely to expand in coming years.
Intel’s senior vice president expects autonomous vehicles will be ready for consumers in less than five years.
The CES 2021 show marks another year of validation for an emerging sex tech industry trying to break through taboo and stake its claim in the tech world.
There’s a great, big world out there just waiting for you to explore it. Data suggests you may already have.
Online sports betting. Touchless technology. Mobile wallets. Some of those technologies existed pre-COVID. Then the pandemic hit and accelerated demand for them and other innovations in gaming.
When exactly the state crosses from pandemic to post-pandemic is hard to nail down, though experts have varying opinions of what that might look like.
A laundry and linen service for Las Vegas’ hotels and resorts has closed one of its plants.
Condo or timeshare owners inside resort properties on and around the Strip are renting out their places on short-term rental sites.
Two of Nevada’s five most complained-about ZIP codes for potential COVID-19 safety violations encompass nearly all of the Strip.