- A computer technician is telling a federal judge in Las Vegas that state and federal agents asked him to cut Internet service to Caesars Palace high-roller suites so they could pose as repairmen and collect evidence in an international Internet sports gambling investigation.
- The Cosmopolitan on the Las Vegas Strip is hiring William McBeath to be the hotel-casino's new president and CEO after the property's $1.73 billion sale to Blackstone Group is complete.
- Authorities say a Las Vegas-area woman accused with her ex-husband and his current wife of filming sex acts with their children and other relatives for more than a decade was a substitute teacher.
- Las Vegas assemblywoman and taxation committee chair Michele Fiore says an employee who stole from her is at the root of tax liens filed against her and her companies in the past decade.
- A last-minute settlement has avoided trial in a massive breach-of-contract lawsuit involving casino giant MGM Resorts International and six of seven contractors on a never-opened Las Vegas Strip hotel tower.
- Caesars Entertainment Corp. officials say they won't make a $225 million interest payment due Monday on some of its debt as the company keeps negotiating with senior bondholders to restructure the company's finances.
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