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Two Nevada groups announce opposition to proposed Raiders stadium in Las Vegas

The Nevada Taxpayers Association and Nevadans for the Common Good on Monday declared their opposition to a proposed $1.9 billion domed football stadium in Las Vegas, the first signs of organized public opposition to a project that will be considered by lawmakers next month.
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Home sales continue strong in Southern Nevada, report says

Southern Nevada homebuilders continue to sell more houses than last year, and even though prices have dropped in recent months, they remain up from a year ago, says a new report.

Basic casino cheating scams hardest to catch, gaming experts say

Inside jobs, chip grab-and-runs and craps cheats are the largest ongoing headaches for casinos and casino regulators. And it’s the most basic scams that can be hardest to catch.

Ainsworth Game Technology spotlights new headquarters, convention presence

Ainsworth Game Technology is gearing for this week’s Global Gaming Expo at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, and it’s also opening the doors of its new 291,000-square-foot North American headquarters in Las Vegas to conventioneers.

Former governor’s son accused of running Ponzi scheme

Jeff Guinn, a former governor’s son whose real estate lending company went bankrupt after the economy crashed, went to trial Monday with opponents claiming he ran a Ponzi scheme.

Eldorado Resorts plans $50 million in upgrades

Eldorado Resorts on Monday announced Monday that it expects to invest more than $50 million in facility enhancements to Eldorado Reno, Silver Legacy and Circus Circus Reno.

Meeting to discuss new LVCVA food service contract canceled

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors has canceled plans for a special meeting to consider a multimillion-dollar food service contract that would have ousted long-time contractor Aramark Sports and Entertainment Services and replace it with contractor that was recently fired by the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Ohio.

Caesars reaches restructuring deal with its major creditors

Caesars Entertainment Corp. and representatives of its largest creditor groups struck a deal to fund a reorganization of the casino giant’s bankrupt operating unit, a major step toward ending two years of rancorous court battles that embroiled the company and its controlling shareholders, Apollo Global Management LLC and TPG Capital.

Nevada mining in the spotlight at MINExpo convention

The international mining industry is well aware of the Silver State’s standing as a producer of precious minerals, but the Nevada industry is getting a bigger spotlight this week in Southern Nevada.

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