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Gas Leak Shuts Down Monorail

Rides on the Las Vegas Monorail were briefly suspended due to a gas line break.


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Sports Arena Initiative Thrown Off Ballot

The Nevada Supreme Court has tossed an initiative for a new Las Vegas Strip sports arena off the November ballot.


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Electronic Glitch Cause Of 7 Straight 19′s

The Las Vegas Sun reports there is an explanation for the notorious stretch of 19′s recorded at a roulette wheel at the Rio on Monday night: gambling malfunction.


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Strip Casino Prepares For Final Days

A Las Vegas Strip casino known for beer pong and a lucky leprechaun is having a “going out of business” special, as it counts the days until last call.


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Caesars’ Stock Big With Investors

It appears Caesars Entertainment has a hit with its public stock offering.

CBS Las Vegas–02/09/2012

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Own A Piece Of Caesars

Nearly two million shares of Caesars Entertainment go on sale today.

CBS Las Vegas–02/07/2012

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Caesars’ $550M Linq To Open 2013, Minus The IP

Caesars Entertainment Corp. executives say they plan to open a $550 million outdoor promenade in June 2013, linking its casinos on the east side of the Las Vegas with restaurants, bars and a 550-foot observation wheel.


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Las Vegas Strip Going To The Dogs!

…sort of. If you’re heading to the Strip for an overnight stay, one resort company says, bring Fido!


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Caesars Gets OK For $500M Vegas Strip Development

Developers of a $500 million entertainment district that would feature the world’s tallest Ferris wheel are getting the green light to break ground on the Las Vegas Strip.


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Caesars Pays $7.75M Bonus To Execs For $100M Cost Cuts

The world’s largest casino company, Caesars Entertainment Corp., has paid top executives and other employees $7.75 million in bonuses as reward for cutting company costs by $100 million.