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Boyd Gaming loses money in 1Q on higher costs

Boyd Gaming Corp. lost $3.5 million in its first quarter, dragged down in part by higher costs. Full story

Beazer Homes posts a loss in fiscal 2Q

Beazer Homes USA Inc. lost $54.6 million in its fiscal second quarter, weighed down by falling home values and rising foreclosures in the Las Vegas market. The homebuilder, which reported a decline in new orders and closings, also said it cut about 130 jobs. Full story

Motorcycle officer involved in collision in east valley

Authorities are on scene of an accident that involved a motorcycle police officer in the Las Vegas' east side. Full story

Atlantic City is 3rd in US casino preference poll

Atlantic City is the nation's second-largest gambling market, but it's America's third choice among all casino destinations, according to a new poll. Full story

TRUMP'S TIRADE: Donald Trump drops several swear words during a speech

Donald Trump shocked people across the country after a speech in Las Vegas peppered with f-bombs. Trump recently expressed interest in a run for the White House. Last month a top aide visited Iowa and met with top Republican leaders. However, many Iowans are now having a hard time taking him serious Full story

Couples Tie the Knot "Redneck Style"

HAGERSTOWN, MD - There was a white dress, an exchanging of vows and a kiss, but it wasn't a "royal" wedding, instead it was a "redneck wedding." "Well love doesn't quite happen when you expect it and I didn't think our wedding should be that way either, so when I heard about it I called and talked h Full story

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  Whoops, wrong Lady Liberty!

New stamp honoring the Statue of Liberty actually shows Las Vegas replica. KSNV's Paul Matadeen reports.

  Post Office gaffe makes cultural statement

TRMS guest host Chris Hayes remarks on the cultural implications of the U.S. Post Office using a photo of the Las Vegas version of the Statue of Liberty on its Statue of Liberty tribute stamp.

  Post Office celebrates wrong Statue of Liberty

To commemorate the statue’s 125th anniversary the Post Office issued a commemorative stamp. The catch – it features a replica from the New York, New York casino in Las Vegas.

  New, affordable hotels for your next getaway

From tree houses in Spain to a 3,000-room Las Vegas luxury hotel, Conde Nast Traveler’s Kate Maxwell highlights the affordable options on the magazine’s annual Hot List – all under $250 per night.

  Las Vegas city guide

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