The Global Gaming Expo opens in Las Vegas next week, which makes it a great
time to look at how the casino industry is going to get out of the current
slump. Will it only need an improved economy or are we looking at some
Another dealer has sued a megaresort because of second-hand smoke. Is smoke
just a part of the job or should casinos be able to do something to fix the
problem when the gambling halls are one of the last refuges for smokers?
Kanie Kastroll and her attorney tell us what she wants done to make casinos
safe for dealers.
The Gaming Control Board has launched a crackdown on bad behavior in casinos and other establishments on the gaming properties. And then Board Member Randall Sayre posted a letter suggesting that the casinos needed a little re-education.
Station Casinos has been forced to file bankruptcy. So what does it mean for the future of the company, its casinos and its employees?
We talk with two reporters who've followed the company's long struggle to avoid filing for Chapter 11 protection, Tamara Audi, Gaming Reporter, Wall Street Journal, and Steve Green, Business Reporter, Las Vegas Sun.
The nightclub and the ultralounge at Planet Hollywood were denied a liquor license by the Clark County License department and must cease operations this week. Both Prive and The Living Room were cited for allowing underage drinking and
Smoking is banned in Nevada restaurants and most bars, but is still allowed in casinos. We look at a new federal study that found Las Vegas casino dealers are adversely affected by the secondhand smoke they encounter while on the job.