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"And right about now, the idea that casinos equal employment is in question in a way it hasn’t been for decades."

Growing in some places and crumbling in others, is gaming still a sure bet?

September 17th, 2014

"And right about now, the idea that casinos equal employment is in question in a way it hasn’t been for decades."

  • As We See It

    With the recent addition of Gary Frederick Young to Nevada’s “Black Book” for gambling-related fraud and cheating, here are a few things you should know ...

  • As We See It

    MGM's Gold Strike casino in Tunica, Miss., recently opened a nonsmoking area.

  • As We See It

    The Downtown Grand debuted it new craps-style game, Street Dice, last weekend.

  • Las Vegas

    The announcement arrived today in the form of a banner across the forthcoming resort’s website, where SBE Entertainment CEO Sam Nazarian posted a blog item ...

  • As We See It

    The Board recently signed an agreement to share information regarding cheating.

  • As We See It

    The Mouse House will no longer allow Marvel and Star Wars characters and themes to be used for slot machines.

  • News

    The opening comes six-and-a-half years after the closure of the Lady Luck, which was gutted by investor CIM Group and converted into the Downtown Grand.

  • Breaking News

    Caesars Entertainment’s online poker website, using the World Series of Poker brand, will launch Thursday morning, company officials said today.

  • Breaking News

    The High Roller’s towering wheel is complete. Under overcast skies, construction crews today installed the last section of the observation wheel on the Las Vegas ...

  • Breaking News

    Treasure Island wants build a three-story shopping center on the Las Vegas Strip. If approved by Clark County commissioners Wednesday, TI would have to eliminate ...

  • Gaming

    It’s 8 p.m. July 11, 2033. Hot and getting hotter. There’s a high of 117 outside McCarran International Airport, and you’re fighting the odd desire ...

  • NewsBusiness

    Clark County commissioners will weigh in on a pair of hot topics – University Medical Center and officer-involved shootings – at their regular meeting at ...

  • BusinessNews

    Anyone who has parked in a casino garage has probably seen them: thousands of dirty shoe prints stamped onto garage ceilings and support beams. Almost ...

  • Business

    They used math to beat casinos for a living. Their exploits have been immortalized on the silver screen — in films like "21" — and ...

  • Business

    It’s a question that’s loomed over the gambling industry since Internet gaming became a reality: In a battle between brick-and-mortar casinos and online casinos, who ...

  • Las Vegas

    The Terrible’s cowboy is taking the next horse and buggy right outta town. The Affinity Gaming casino has a new name: The Silver Sevens Hotel ...

  • Gaming

    Baccarat players have a new pit to play in. The Golden Nugget has opened a baccarat pit downtown, located just past the casino’s Rush Tower ...

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  • Opinion

    The smallest casino on the Las Vegas Strip has been in the news lately, but not because of its size, or the fact that it’s ...

  • As We See It

    With the recent addition of Gary Frederick Young to Nevada’s “Black Book” for gambling-related fraud and cheating, here are a few things you should know ...

  • Las Vegas

    A former Las Vegas strip-club dancer apologized and begged forgiveness Tuesday from sobbing family members before she was sentenced to five to 15 years in ...

  • As We See It

    “It’s basically some really dedicated young ladies with a lot of drive who really want to represent our university in the highest light.”

  • Downtown Las VegasFeatured

    'We believe mobility is broken ... We believe we can do it better.'

  • A&E

    This was how Tomlin knew his dancer mother throughout his early childhood—a gorgeous woman on display and at a distance.

  • Nightlife

    The Hakkasan resident DJ works with the Strip attraction's creator for a medley presentation.

  • A&E

    Two founding members of the feminist punk group will come to Las Vegas in October.

  • A&E

    Both signs are part of the Boneyard’s permanent exhibit and are among six in the yard that have been restored.

  • Music

    No need to panic about the band's last tour schedule anymore, local Crüe fans.

  • Dining

    Chef Steve Piamchuntar is ready to blow your mind with a flavor-packed selection of global tapas.

  • Film

    The final installment fulfills its function of flattering the worldview of Rand’s fans and followers, while completely failing as a piece of narrative cinema.

  • Stage

    The Broadway hit kicked off its first national tour on the Reynolds Hall stage.

  • A&E

    You know when you mix up your days on your calendar? You think it’s Friday when it’s actually Thursday? You arrive a day early for ...

  • As We See It

    Monday's storm was a particularly violent outburst, washing out roadways and snarling traffic.

  • As We See It

    Chef Nobu Matsuhisa celebrates his 20th anniversary with a special "20 Years in 20 Bites" omakase menu at locations around the globe.

  • Reviews

    Head to the Lakes for an unexpected experience and truly beautiful food.

  • As We See It

    "It’s a gamble, but it’s a good investment if more happens than simply, we get a battery factory."

  • Hot Spots

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