The Nebraska Legislature will consider measures that allow sportsbooks at the "racinos," or casinos at racetracks, recently approved by Nebraska voters.
Two bills introduced Tuesday in the Nebraska Legislature are aimed at getting voter-approved casinos up and running in a timely manner.
Project officials project that the $200 million casino and resort complex could bring 925 jobs to Lincoln and generate as much as $15 million annually in state and local tax revenue.
Wendy Williams has told Kanye West to "sit down and be well" instead of trying to run for president.
Crews began working on the demolition this summer after Atlantic City went to court, claiming the building was unsafe and posed a risk to the public. The building’s owner, billionaire investor Carl Icahn, said the legal action was not necessary because plans were already underway to bring it down. The parking garage and the portion of the former casino hotel that contains the Rainforest Cafe will remain. City officials said cleanup of the site should be completed by June. Trump Plaza closed in 2014 and has been vacant since. Icahn has not announced any future plans for the site.
ATLANTIC CITY — Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc. may not be a familiar name to some casino players, but the Rhode Island-based company has strong ties to the market and big plans for restoring one of the city’s most recognizable properties.
The novel coronavirus decimated commercial gaming revenues in the second quarter of 2020 throughout the country, according to the American Gaming Association.
ATLANTIC CITY — The impact of the coronavirus on the city’s nine casinos was evident in the industry’s July report released Wednesday as total gaming revenue was down more than 23% compared to 2019.
Gov. Phil Murphy is not tipping his hand when it comes to meeting the demand of the largest casino workers’ union, whose members called for mandatory temperature readings of all guests entering any of Atlantic City’s gambling parlors.
ATLANTIC CITY — Five Atlantic City casinos are not physically checking the temperatures of guests entering the property, workers said as they pushed Gov. Phil Murphy to require the casinos to do so to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
ATLANTIC CITY — Sacoya Mills was staying at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City for a couple nights to celebrate her son Joey’s 7th birthday.
ATLANTIC CITY — All nine of the city’s casinos have reopened following a nearly four-month shutdown because of the coronavirus.
Legal sports betting is growing in regulated markets and taking customers away from illegal bookies, according to the American Gaming Association.
ATLANTIC CITY — Online gaming revenue continued to grow in the final month of the casino shutdown, increasing more than 123% in June.
ATLANTIC CITY — Leslie Hauck sat at an empty row of slot machines near the back of the gaming floor at Golden Nugget Atlantic City on Thursday morning.
ATLANTIC CITY — After a nearly four-month shutdown, eight of the city’s nine casinos vowed Tuesday to continue with plans to reopen by week’s end, despite Monday’s trio of surprise announcements by Gov. Phil Murphy adding to restrictions.
ATLANTIC CITY — Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa will not reopen when gaming is allowed to resume Thursday as a result of Gov. Phil Murphy’s surprise announcement Monday that indoor dining would be indefinitely suspended.
ATLANTIC CITY — Following the surprise announcement Monday by Gov. Phil Murphy that indoor dining would not be resuming later this week as originally planned, Golden Nugget Atlantic City's top executive revealed another restriction that could complicate casino reopenings.
Opening to the public: has not been announced
OPENING: Borgata announced on Monday that it will remain closed until further notice.
Opening to the public: Thursday at 8 a.m.