What’s next for Steve Wynn? Review-Journal reporters Rick Velotta and John Katsilometes go over the new developments on the Steve Wynn and what is next for the company.
The city of Las Vegas will sell a piece of the downtown Symphony Park property to a Texas-based developer for $2 million, well under the appraised value.
The Las Vegas City Council appointed two new directors on Wednesday: Michael Janssen will lead the city’s public works department and Robert Summerfield will helm the planning department.
California billionaire Tom Steyer, best known for bankrolling a campaign to impeach Donald Trump, will be in Nevada Thursday to take on a new fight — protecting undocumented immigrants.
A band of New Jersey lawmakers and marijuana executives will be in Las Vegas Thursday and Friday to pick the brains of their Nevada counterparts.
On Wednesday morning, it was announced the Ultimate Sumo League — as in professional sumo wrestling — is coming to Park Theater at the Monte Carlo in April.
Many wonder if Steve Wynn’s namesake casino company be able to pull off projects with the same success.
Steve Wynn’s alleged sexual misconduct will keep some away from staying at his hotels. For others, it won’t make any difference at all.