The University of Nevada’s basketball team could have a new off-campus home by 2026 under a 10-year expansion plan from Reno’s largest hotel-casino.
An unidentified player won $200,000 playing a Bonus Poker slot machine Wednesday.
Las Vegas hospitality workers voted to authorize a strike in the city’s dominant industry but experts say a tight labor market could force a deal before any walkouts occur.
Station Casinos has a new app called STN Mobile.
Culinary Local 226 and Bartenders Local 165 members overwhelming voted to authorize a citywide strike, the union announced.
In an unusual coincidence, Nevada gaming regulators in December asked casino companies to come up with best practices to battle against cybersecurity problems.
Plaintiffs say Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts International failed to protect customer data during attacks revealed this month.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the death of a construction worker over the weekend at the Fountains of Bellagio.
But an analyst says Las Vegas should continue to hold its own if it continues to invest in infrastructure, with prospective UAE casinos a potential wild card.
An advertisement for IT help appears to be bogus, more regulators are seeking information about MGM and customers say they’ve had unauthorized charges after MGM visits.
Commissioner Brian Krolicki wants public response on the recent computer system hackings of MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment systems in past few weeks.
Experts say MGM Resorts International’s cybersecurity issues are not likely to affect travelers visiting for Life is Beautiful and the iHeartRadio Music Festival.
Station has hired about half of the 1,450 employees planned at the Durango resort that will open in November.