1289 S. Torrey Pines Dr.Las Vegas, NV 89146
Main Number: 1-702-258-9895Toll Free: 1-888-258-9895
More contact info
On News 88.9 KNPR
On Classical 89.7
One of the pastimes that has seen growth during the pandemic lockdown is gaming—but not the kind you’re thinking of.
After a 78-day absence, Las Vegas casinos have reopened their doors to sizable crowds of visitors longing to put a dollar in a slot machine or have a drink at the bar.
Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, you could walk along the Freemont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas, and get your picture taken with an Elvis impersonator or maybe a Vegas showgirl.
Be warned Strip casinos are becoming more expensive.
And you can thank rising resort fees for adding between $41.95 and $55 a night to the price of a room.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada casinos continued a winning streak in February, topping the $1 billion mark in gambling revenues for the second month in a row.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada residents will have to start paying for parking at most MGM Resorts properties in Las Vegas starting Thursday.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — State officials say Nevada has reaped more than $35 million in the last five years from gamblers who forget or don't care to cash in slot and video machine tickets at Nevada casinos.
With coin-based slots a thing of the past, tickets are the new currency for players.
More people are being '86'd' from Las Vegas casinos than ever before.
Gamblers in Nevada may soon be able to use one wagering account for all forms of gambling in Nevada.
It’s a typical morning inside the casino café at Boulder Station: Customers await their orders, servers buzz around tables, cooks push plates up into the window.
The SkyVue Ferris wheel was just one project to be built on rundown property across from Mandalay Bay.
Real estate investor Howard Bulloch also received approvals for an amusement park.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Eleven people have been indicted in Nevada in what authorities say was a scheme to make fake credit cards and collect cash advances at Las Vegas casinos.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Huge crowds and high rollers in Las Vegas for the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight helped Nevada casinos make more than $1 billion off gamblers in May.
It was the first time casinos have hit that total in more than a year.
Just before Valentine’s Day, another Las Vegas hotel went down in an implosion. It wasn’t a Strip legend, but the Clarion, just off the Strip, had its own fascinating history.