Park MGM will open to the public at 10 a.m. as the Strip’s first smoke-free hotel-casino. The property has been closed since March 18.
Caesars Entertainment Inc. on Tuesday reached an agreement to purchase sports betting company William Hill PLC for $3.7 billion.
MGM Resorts and Wynn Resorts have plans to bring back meetings and conventions, major revenue drivers that have been on hold for months.
Maverick Helicopters and Lip Smacking Foodie Tours are collaborating on Savory Bites & Neon Lights, which includes restaurant tours and noshing, plus a flight over the Strip.
Caesars Entertainment Inc. is gearing up to potentially buy sports betting company William Hill PLC.
A special exception was allowed in the lease agreement with Barry’s Downtown Prime restaurant, and four entries to Circa will have ID checks to enforce under-21 rules.
Park MGM will be smoke-free next Wednesday. Other properties are going without smoking in certain locations. Is it time to take the big step like other states?
A keno player at a Laughlin casino struck it rich on consecutive days this week, taking home more than $250,000.
Nevada companies are extending furloughs for or laying off hundreds of workers in coming weeks.
Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman John Moran Jr. wanted to fine Boyd Gaming Corp.’s Fremont property more than $300,000 for threatening a gambler accused of theft.
The new downtown Las Vegas property will have a strict 21-and-older policy, the world’s largest sportsbook and an “Aquatheater” swimming pool for guests.