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Nevada Gambling Revenue Jumps Almost 7.5 Percent In MarchThe Nevada Gaming Control Board on Wednesday reported that casinos brought in more than $991 million last month. Basketball bettors and slot players are among those who influenced casino revenues.
Nevada Gambling Revenue Falls Almost 4.5 Percent in FebruaryState regulators say gambling revenue at Nevada casinos was down almost 4.5 percent in February compared with the same month a year ago.
Casinos in Nevada Win Just Over $1B in JanuaryNevada regulators say casinos in the state won just over $1 billion last month.
Nevada Casinos Finally Earn a Profit in 2016; 1st Since 2008State regulators say Nevada's biggest casinos combined to turn a profit in fiscal 2016 for the first time in eight years. But it wasn't due to gambling winnings.
Nevada Casino Revenue Down 5 Percent in AugustState officials say Nevada gambling revenue was down 5 percent in August after Las Vegas Strip revenues took a sizeable dip.
Golden Gate Casino to Pay $250K Fine for Improper Payouts
Gaming Officials Investigate $5,000 Payout at Golden GateState gaming officials are investigating a $5,000 payout from the Golden Gate hotel-casino that was missing a paper trail.
Nevada Board May Revoke Scoundrels Pub's Gambling LicenseNevada regulators are considering the unusual step of revoking the gambling license of a Las Vegas bar that police identified as a magnet for crimes including gang-related shootings.
Vegas Sports Book Operator to Pay $1.5M Fine, Force Out CEOOne of Nevada's largest sports book operators has agreed to a $1.5 million fine and a removal of its CEO in response to egregious violations alleged by state gambling regulators.
Nevada Gambling Revenue Down 5 Percent in MayState officials say Nevada gambling revenue was down nearly 5 percent in May after a sharp drop in winnings on the Las Vegas Strip.
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.
Sports Book Operator Accused Of Underpaying WinsGaming Control Board says company also overpaid some winners

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