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Nevada’s economy is healthy. Its unemployment rate is above the national average.
Six presidential candidates, all of them Democrats, will be in Las Vegas this weekend to talk about labor in a state whose unions still wield a lot of power.
Visitation to Las Vegas has fallen over the last two years.
The Department of Interior decided two native American tribes can proceed in developing a Connecticut casino that MGM Resorts strongly opposed.
There’s never a dull moment in the gaming industry, and the past few weeks have been no exception.
The news that casino king Sheldon Adelson is being treated for a form of cancer is just the latest story to shake up the gaming industry.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada's largest casinos lost $1.2 billion during the fiscal year that ended June 30.
State gambling regulators on Wednesday said the 289 casinos reported the loss from record revenue of $27.1 billion.
Gambling comes with a lot of superstition. Maybe you have to wear your lucky socks or bring your lucky friend or bet your lucky numbers.
Most serious slot players have a lucky machine.
What changes could come to Nevada's gaming industry in 2019, especially with a new chair of the Gaming Control Board?
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A company is closing a second casino in Mississippi's Tunica County, citing decreasing revenues.
Caesars Entertainment of Las Vegas announced Tuesday that it will close the Tunica Roadhouse Casino at January's end.
Automation and computers have replaced people in many jobs over the last few decades. Cashiers.
Earnings from gaming are still increasing, but at a slower clip than in months past.
A new Clark County courtroom is in session specifically designed to hear cases involving problem gamblers.
CG Technology recently got into big trouble with the Nevada Gaming Commission, which has the power to take away its gaming license.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — No one has bid at a foreclosure auction for the Lucky Dragon casino-hotel off the Las Vegas Strip.
The opening bid for Tuesday's auction was $35 million.
Three individuals were pre-qualified before the auction, but they did not offer any bids.
Nevada’s nonrestricted gaming licensees reported a total gaming win of $991.2 million for September, according to the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Nevada casinos collected more than $1 billion in gaming wins for the third straight month in March.
The state’s Gaming Control Board reported today statewide wins were up 3.4 percent from last year.
Strip casinos were up 9.1 percent while Downtown was even higher at 14.2 percent.
Governor Brian Sandoval’s Gaming Policy Committee will meet Monday to discuss marijuana.
The 12-member committee might make a recommendation to the Nevada Gaming Commission and the Gaming Control Board regarding gaming companies and their relationships with Nevada’s marijuana industry.
Wynn Resorts reported Monday fourth-quarter earnings and sales that topped Wall Street forecasts, and as a result shares of Wynn Resorts and other casino giants such as Las Vegas Sands reached multi-year highs.