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People walk near the Konami exhibit at the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Slot Maker Donates Millions To UNLV

The local division of a Japanese slot machine maker has donated $2.5 million to the hotel administration school at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.



Henderson Registry To Track Foreclosures

The registry will be launched in the next several months.


File photo of a house for sale. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Realtors: Healthy Market, Prices Steady

Southern Nevada home prices didn’t budge from December to January.


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Local Health District Applauds Drug Store Tobacco Ban

Southern Nevada Health District says CVS did the right thing


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Gambler Stiffs Vegas Casinos For $12.9 Million

A Canadian real estate businessman is being sought on criminal charges in Nevada, more than five years after he was accused of failing to repay $12.9 million in gambling debts to two Las Vegas-area casinos.


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Ten States Considering Internet Gambling

A group that tracks gambling-related legislation worldwide says least 10 U.S. states are considering bills to legalize or expand Internet gambling this year.


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Casino Winnings Hit $11.1 Billion Last Year

Casinos reported a billion dollar December.


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McCarran Traffic Up In December

Holiday Calendar may have something to do with it


(photo courtesy: City of Las Vegas)

Business Backs City’s Homeless “Donation Station”

Las Vegas officials are launching an effort to get corporate sponsors to put up $1,000 a year to underwrite the cost of maintaining curbside “Donation Station” collection spots to raise money to benefit the homeless.


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Unemployment: State Down, Las Vegas Up

Under 9% in Nevada for first time since 2008