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
Sands Hit with $2 Million Fine to Settle Accounting QuestionsGaming Control Board case involves money paid to Chinese consultant
March Gaming Numbers DipThe Nevada Gaming Control Board releases its monthly report showing a statewide drop of 3% in winnings compared to March 2015.
Nevada Gaming Revenue Up In FebruaryState officials say Nevada gambling revenue was up 8 percent in February compared with the same month a year ago and saw across-the-board gains.