Nevada Regulators Approve $2 Million Fine for Las Vegas SandsNevada regulators have approved a $2 million fine against Las Vegas Sands Corp. to settle a complaint that the casino company didn't properly account for millions of dollars paid to a Chinese consultant and received from a high roller.
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.
Senator Harry Reid Admits to Bribery Attempts and Death Threats from Mob.In this interview just released by The Mob Museum, Reid recounts dealings with Mobsters in Nevada when serving on the stat's Gaming Commission.
Officials Approve Sale Of 3 Casinos In Vegas, Reno
Arcade-Style Gambling Games Inch Closer To Nevada Casinos
New Owner For Railroad Pass CasinoGaming Commission approves license
Nevada Casino Regulators Scold Caesars For Bankruptcy
Casinos Granted Tax Refunds From State Gambling Regulators
Aria To Pay $100,000 Fine Regulators have approved a $100,000 fine for the Aria casino on the Las Vegas Strip after state agents said they were shooed away from a high-stakes roulette table.
Aria Agrees To $100,000 FineHotel settles with Gaming Control Board over complaint that agents were blocked from watching gamblers
Multi-State Slot Jackpots PossibleIdea seen as competition for multi-state lotteries
Pahrump Casino Faces Fine For Lax Record-KeepingA Pahrump casino owner faces a $5,500 fine for failing to register most of his bartenders with state regulators.