Boyd 1st Quarter Losses: $6.2 MillionBoyd Gaming reported losses in the first quarter of 2014 that were actually a million dollars less than last year's report.
Snyder Appointed UNLV Acting PresidentThe state Board of Regents voted Friday to appoint retired Boyd Gaming Corp. president and academic officer Don Snyder for the post. Snyder has also been leading a project to bring a new stadium to campus.
New Life For Stalled Echelon ProjectAn Asian conglomerate says it will break ground next year on a long-stalled project that could help revitalize a dilapidated section of the Las Vegas Strip.
Echelon Project Remains "On Hold"The uncompleted Echelon development on the Las Vegas Strip will remain that way for the foreseeable future.
Casino Loses Comp Meal Tax BattleThe state has refused to refund over $15 million in sales taxes to Station Casinos for free meals it handed out to guests and employees.
Casino Celebrates 50th BirthdayOne of downtown Henderson's best-known landmarks is celebrating its 50th birthday. Cake and champagne were served yesterday at the Eldorado Casino, which has become a popular gathering place for longtime residents.
Changes Possible For Abandoned Echelon ProjectAn unfinished resort project on the Las Vegas Strip will be addressed by county officials this week.
Casinos Prepare For Legal Internet PokerA pair of Vegas casino giants are getting ready for the day when Internet poker is legal in the United States.
"Historical" Vegas Restroom Gets High HonorsLas Vegas often gets a bad rap, ending up on many 'worst' lists, but thanks to a very unique bathroom at downtown's Main Street Station, we're once again sittin' pretty!
Vegas Betting On The Big GameThe Super Bowl means big business for Las Vegas, and sports books all over town are buzzing over this year's Big Game between the Packers and the Steelers.