Nevada casinos report modest revenue gain from September to October but dire November awaits as new pandemic restrictions take effect.
MGM Resorts plans to bring live entertainment -- including David Copperfield -- back to Vegas casinos starting November 6.
Nevada governor confirms that gaming operators are "on track for a phased re-opening on June 4," based on "positive trends" in state's COVID-19 data.
Assuming the state doesn’t see a sudden increase in infections, casinos will start reopening in early June.
Nevada governor unveils state's Roadmap to Recovery following pandemic shutdown, says casinos won't be part of Phase One that starts May 15.
Steve Sisolak isn’t ready to predict what will happen in the next 6 hours, but he’s pretty confident the state won’t open on May 1.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman demands Nevada governor reopen casinos closed by pandemic; casino execs mull Macau-style restrictions to allow reopening.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak orders all "non-essential" businesses -- including casinos -- to shut down for 30 days to halt further spread of coronavirus.
Las Vegas casinos will now have to file security plans yearly to ensure the safety of their guests to help diminish the effects of a potential tragedy.