Rides on the Las Vegas Monorail were briefly suspended due to a gas line break.
The Nevada Supreme Court has tossed an initiative for a new Las Vegas Strip sports arena off the November ballot.
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.
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.
It appears Caesars Entertainment has a hit with its public stock offering.
Nearly two million shares of Caesars Entertainment go on sale today.
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.
…sort of. If you’re heading to the Strip for an overnight stay, one resort company says, bring Fido!
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.
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.