A judge has temporarily blocked the planned release of a Massachusetts Gaming Commission report about allegations of sexual misconduct against former casino mogul Steve Wynn, a court official in Las Vegas said Monday.
And for the first time, “Le Reve,” the aquatic spectacular at Wynn Las Vegas, is donating a single performance to a charity.
Julius Trotter, 31, was indicted Thursday on two counts of murder, two counts of robbery and one count of burglary in connection with the June 1 killings of 38-year-old Sang Boi Nghia and 30-year-old Khuong Ba Le Nguyen, who were part of a tour group visiting Las Vegas.
The company’s policy, which has prompted two lawsuits, required dealers to share about 12 percent of their pooled tips with casino service team leads. A Wynn executive informed dealers the policy will end on Nov. 12.
Investigations into Wynn Resorts Ltd. and its founder, Steve Wynn, are nearing completion in both Massachusetts and Nevada, with a growing likelihood that Silver State gaming regulators will finish first.
Wynn Resorts announced Thursday it has teamed up with European operator BetBull Ltd. to provide sports betting services around the U.S., becoming the latest gaming company to strike an industry deal.
New York’s Cipriani will open its doors in the new Wynn Plaza shopping complex on Nov. 9.