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As it stands, only one active Amtrak line runs through Nevada, connecting Sacramento to Reno, which then goes on to connect to Winnemucca, Elko and, eventually, Salt Lake City. Las Vegas has no passenger rail service. But a new group is looking to change rail in the state as a whole, and state leaders are eyeing the possibilities as well.
Alleviating the pain of sharp rent and home price increases continues to dominate Nevada local governments’ priority lists as they spend millions in federal pandemic response dollars, officials reported to lawmakers.
Boyd Gaming wants to expand its national online gaming footprint; GLPI ready to deal for the A's; Paiute Tribe helps San Manuel bless the Palms; VICI now the Strip's largest landowner. More in Indy Gaming.
California tribes are split on how to legalize sports betting; Las Vegas Sands invests in a sports betting technology provider; VICI is close to finalizing its deal for MGM Growth. More in Indy Gaming.
Gaming regulators are looking into allegations that Resorts World Las Vegas President Scott Sibella lied about his relationship with a gamblers and a restaurant at the Strip property is partially owned by a convicted felon.
The American Gaming Association wants the Justice Department to crack down on illegal off-shore sportsbooks; The Resort Association's PAC has $2.35 million; F1 could boost motorsports betting. More in Indy Gaming