Federal appeals court allows Cayuga Nation to operate Class II gaming parlor in Union Springs

Federal appeals court allows Cayuga Nation to operate Class II gaming parlor in Union Springs

Native American tribe Cayuga Nation scored a major legal victory earlier this week when a federal appeals court ruled that the tribe could operate a Class II gaming parlor in Union Springs, New Yor

COVID-19 cost Las Vegas $34 billion in total economic impact: LVCVA

COVID-19 cost Las Vegas $34 billion in total economic impact: LVCVA

COVID-19 pandemic cost Las Vegas billions of dollars in total economic impact, leaving an indelible imprint on the tourism industry and the economy of Southern Nevada, a fresh analytical study by A

Texas sports betting legalization appears to be only matter of time: Jerry Jones

Texas sports betting legalization appears to be only matter of time: Jerry Jones

Legalization of sports betting is just inevitable in Texas and granting it the legal status appears to be only a matter of time, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said recently.

Las Vegas tourism grows for sixth straight month in June 2021

Las Vegas tourism grows for sixth straight month in June 2021

Las Vegas, an internationally popular resort city known for casino gambling, shopping and entertainment, enjoyed an increase in the number of tourists for the sixth straight month in June 2021.

Electrify America to focus solely on CCS standard for charging EVs outside California

Electrify America to focus solely on CCS standard for charging EVs outside California

Electrify America, a Volkswagen Group North America subsidiary that claims to be one of the largest operators of electric vehicle DC fast charging networks in the US, has announced that it will pha

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Electric cars have lowest life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions: Study

Electric vehicles have been gaining popularity as governments across the world have set strict emission standards for future.

Indiana to spend $5.5 million to set up nearly five dozen EV fast charging stations

Indiana has announced plans to invest more than more than $5 million on expanding its network of electric vehicle (EV) fast charging stations.

Volvo’s 2022 C40 Recharge to cost $58,750 in US Market

Volvo, a Swedish multinational automobile giant headquartered in Gothenburg, has announced U.S.

Las Vegas Sands Corporation reportedly eyeing Florida’s Jacksonville City to develop & operate casino

Nevada based casino operator Las Vegas Sands Corporation has reportedly pumped nearly $17 million into a political action committee (PAC) called “Florida Voters in Charge” that is focusing on bring

Shreveport City Council shelves plan to exempt casinos from upcoming smoking ban

The Shreveport City Council recently voted in favor of an amendment that would exempt casinos from the upcoming smoking ban, but then it shelved the plan for an indefinite period.

P2E’s plan to relocate riverboat casino to Louisiana’s St. Tammany Parish seems to be in trouble

American casino operator Peninsula Pacific Entertainment’s (P2E’s) plan to bring a gambling-friendly development to Louisiana seems to be in trouble as some local people have raised objection to it

Samsara partners with EVgo to accelerate commercial fleet electrification

Samsara Networks, a US-based provider of internet of things (IoT) solutions, has announced the signing of a commercial partnership with electric vehicle (EV) fast charging network operator EVgo to