Caesars Ends Free Self-Parking For Nevadans At CasinosNevada residents will pay to park starting Nov. 2 at Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Bally's Las Vegas, The Cromwell, Flamingo Las Vegas, The LINQ Hotel & Casino and Harrah's Las Vegas.
Nevada Regulators Reaffirm Wall Between Casinos, MarijuanaNevada's gambling regulators are grappling with how to deal with the state's latest legal vice — recreational marijuana— and they've made it clear that pot doesn't belong in casinos.
Nevada Gaming Commission to Discuss Weed, CasinosThe Nevada Gaming Commission hopes to address the problems the state's legalization of recreational marijuana present during an upcoming special meeting.
Wynn, Encore Hotels On Las Vegas Strip End Free Self-ParkingThe per-day fees for self-parking are $7 for the first two hours, $12 for up to four hours and $15 for 24 hours. The first hour remains free.
Nevada Casinos Win Almost $1B From Gamblers In MayData released Thursday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board show casino revenues in May increased 3.5 percent over the year. Revenue on the Las Vegas Strip was up almost 3 percent year-over-year, to almost $546.8 million. Downtown Las Vegas winnings increased 9.5 percent to more than $55.2 million.
Station Casino Workers to Vote to Join Culinary UnionBoulder Station employees will soon decide if they will join the local culinary union.
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Downtown Las Vegas Casino Owners Plan to Build New CasinoThe owners of two downtown Las Vegas casinos say they have purchased another property that will become a new hotel and casino.
New Rule: Privately Held Casinos No Longer Required To Report EarningsThe Nevada Gaming Commission said it was an unnecessary and expensive burden for both regulators and the casinos.
Gambling Revenue Down In JanuaryNevada Gaming Control Board says casinos won just over $925 million last month
Who Should Pay For A New Las Vegas StadiumOpinion: Alan Stock addresses the issue about whether or not the public should share in any portion of a new stadium to be used for UNLV and perhaps eventually for a pro-football team?
Revenue Up For Nevada Casinos In NovemberRevenue Rising 7.8 Percent Year-Over-Year