State gambling regulators say Nevada casinos revenues were down 10 percent in May compared with a year earlier.
Nevada casinos are pressing the state Department of Taxation to halt the collection of more than $200 million in back sales taxes due on past complimentary meals given to casino patrons and employees until various legal issues are decided.
The recession is becoming a memory for the nation’s casino industry.
Nevada gambling revenues jumped 7 percent in November compared to the year before as casinos brought in $880 million statewide.
A casino-backed group pushing for federal legislation to make online poker explicitly legal says regulating online card play nationwide won’t hurt state lotteries.
The American Gaming Association is calling for a number of reforms in the way casinos are regulated in Nevada and other states.
Joe Gillespie returns to Las Vegas and his weekly video segment. Today he looks at his trip Philadelphia and some interesting things on his journey back.
Tomorrow is the annual Kentucky Derby, but many would-be bettors are staying away from the race and sports books.
Things are finally looking up for the nation’s casinos
Spring break may just be the economic tonic Las Vegas resorts are hoping for. The “Review-Journal” says several hotels are luring students to fill rooms and pools before the summer vacation season begins. The Palms […]