- MGM: No plans to rent gunman’s room at Mandalay Bay
- Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017
- MGM Resorts International said today it has no plans to rent the 32nd-floor Mandalay Bay suite from where a gunman shot and killed 58 people and wounded more than ...
- Stratosphere, Arizona Charlie’s purchase likely to clear final hurdle
- Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017
- The company that owns PT’s Pubs will likely get the final approval it needs to purchase the company that owns the Stratosphere and three other Nevada casinos today at ...
- How Nevada Gaming Control Board helped investigation of shooter Paddock
- Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017
- As the search for motives got underway, Gaming Control Board agents were asked to see what, if any, information they could discover about Paddock ...
- Construction manager hired for Resorts World casino on Strip
- Monday, Oct. 16, 2017
- Resorts World, the long-delayed casino project on the Strip, may be moving forward. The company today announced it hired a construction manager; last week, the Clark County Building Department approved multiple permits and ...
- Pact allows New Jersey players on Nevada online poker sites
- Friday, Oct. 13, 2017
- Online poker players in Nevada can now play against gamblers in New Jersey after Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval ...
- Supreme Court to hear sports-betting arguments in December
- Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017
- The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a case that could legalize sports betting across the country on Dec. 4, according to a calendar published by the court.
- 'This affects all of us': Tourism industry begins looking to post-shooting economy
- Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017
- MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren and other local and international tourism executives spoke Tuesday about the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, to thank those who responded to the tragedy and also to reassure people that the shooting hasn’t damaged Las Vegas’ image among travel industry professionals. Murren spoke at a press conference at the Sands Expo, just down the hall from the meeting rooms where people were gathering for ...
- How the resorts, Metro get on the same page to address threats
- Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017
- “These aren’t little tribal pieces in separate casinos,” he said. “It’s one system. We are Las Vegas, and the harm to one is harm to all.”
- Stories of heroism and resilience in the face of Las Vegas mass shooting tragedy
- Monday, Oct. 9, 2017
- Survivors of the mass shooting on the Strip describe chaos, terror and carnage, but many of the stories that linger are about heroism. Not just shown by the first responders who ...
- Caesars Entertainment emerges from bankruptcy with $2 billion in cash
- Friday, Oct. 6, 2017
- Caesars Entertainment has completed the bankruptcy process, the company announced Friday, ending two-plus years of legal and financial uncertainty. ...
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Thomas Moore is a long-time Las Vegan, a UNLV graduate and was news editor at UNLV’s student newspaper the Rebel Yell. He was the police reporter at the Henderson Home News, a Greenspun Media Group newspaper, before covering banking, real estate, media and gaming for the Las Vegas Business Press. After many lost years in corporate America, he headed back to journalism, first as a content producer for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and now as the Las Vegas Sun’s gaming reporter.
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