MGM Moving Forward with Bid to Leave NV Energy in OctoberCasino giant MGM Resorts says it plans to leave NV Energy in the fall, while Wynn Resorts is leaving its options open to do the same.
Top Memorial Day Weekend Events In Las VegasMemorial Day Weekend usually sets the tone for how the rest of the summer is going to go. This Memorial Day Weekend has a lineup of events that is sure to set the valley on fire.
Seth MacFarlane Interview on The Alan Stock ShowI had the chance to interview Seth MacFarlane in advance of his Great American Song Book appearance at the Wynn Las Vegas.
Nevada Court Says Tip Sharing Allowed A mandatory tip-sharing policy at Wynn casinos on the Las Vegas Strip is legal, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a unanimous decision, reversing a lower court that said employees can't be forced to pool their tips with supervisors.
Garth Brooks Taking Vegas Show To TVGarth Brooks is taking his intimate one-man Las Vegas show to live television.
Wynn Posts Strong ProfitsWynn Resorts’ bottom line is being boosted by its Macau casinos.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 09/20/13: Johnny Avello, Ron FutrellJohnny Avello, Executive Director of the Race and Sports, Wynn Las Vegas gives us all we need to know about the upcoming week in football.
Panel Urges Scrutiny Of U.S. Companies In Macau A congressional advisory panel says U.S. regulators should tighten up scrutiny of casino companies operating in the top gambling market of Macau because of the risk of money laundering.
Garth Returns For Special ShowsGarth Brooks fans have another chance to see him perform on the Las Vegas Strip.
Wynn Plans New Hotel/CasinoWynn Resorts has unveiled plans for a new casino resort in Massachusetts.
Gaming Officials End Wynn InvestigationWynn Resorts Ltd. said today that Nevada gaming officials have ended their investigation into allegations by a Japanese billionaire that the casino operator made an improper donation to the University of Macau and found no evidence of wrongdoing.
Consumer Electronics Show Hits TownLas Vegas' biggest annual convention kicks off tomorrow. More than 150,000 people are expected to attend the International Consumer Electronics Show and see the latest gadgets that will be on store shelves later this year.