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Questions abound for the gaming world just a month into an eventful winter.
From the cigarette-inhaling poker player to the cigar-chomping high roller, smoking while gambling has been part of Neva
It has been a tough year for nearly every industry, especially gaming.
The World Series of Poker has been shuffled a few times during its five decades in Las Vegas.
The government of Macau, China announced the closure of
Genting Group, who owns and operates casinos worldwide, will spend $4.3 billion on Resorts World Las Vegas, a mega-resort rising from the ashes from the Great Recession and set to open in the summe
Historically, sexual harassment of casino employees in Las Vegas casinos was not unusual.
The state Gaming Control Board has moved to prevent Steve Wynn from ever again being licensed by the state.
If there’s one thing you can say about the tourism sector of Las Vegas, it’s clearly in a state of transition.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The SLS hotel on the Las Vegas Strip is going back to the Sahara name.
If you’re gonna play convenience store keno, this is the place.
This year continues to be a wild and eventful year for the gaming industry.
Nevada’s economy is healthy. Its unemployment rate is above the national average.
Visitation to Las Vegas has fallen over the last two years.
There’s never a dull moment in the gaming industry, and the past few weeks have been no exception.
Sheldon Adelson is one of the most recognizable names in the casino industry as the CEO of Las Vegas Sands, and he’s also a powerful political player.
The Global Gaming Expo is in full swing in Las Vegas.
Gaming industry insiders from around the world are here to see the latest games and talk about the newest trends.
The Silver Slipper may have slipped into the past – but the stories about it are still around. Here’s Senator Richard Bryan with Nevada Yesterdays.
Becky Harris, first-ever chairwoman of the Gaming Control Board, is already over her historic appointment, which is good — she’s got a lot to do.
Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada has had a rough time of it lately.
He was kicked off the board of his own Tokyo-based company.
Last time, we talked about Becky Harris becoming the first woman to chair the Nevada Gaming Control Board, and only the second woman ever to serve on the board.
Nevada lawmakers have a joint finance hearing Wednesday evening for a measure that would permit the state Gaming Control Board to retain its own independent legal counsel.
It’s no coincidence that March is home to both the NCAA Tournament and National Problem Gambling Awareness Month.