The family of a then-6-year-old girl who was electrocuted at the MGM National Harbor resort just outside Washington plans to sue.
LAS VEGAS — MGM Resorts is spinning off its casino-resort real estate into a separate company that will lease the properties back to MGM. The Las Vegas-based casino giant announced early Thursday it would create a real estate investment trust called MGM Growth Properties LLC that would own 10 of its properties and assume $4 […]
MGM Resorts has chosen a Baltimore-based contractor to build its new casino resort at National Harbor in Prince George's County.
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission plans to take a closer look at Penn National Gaming Inc.'s plan to split into two companies.
The Pennsylvania gambling company that spent more than $40 million to prevent a massive gambling expansion in Maryland plans to bid on the Prince George's County casino license that was part of that expansion.
A well-connected Baltimore public relations firm has joined the campaign to raise taxes and fees to pay for transportation projects in Maryland.
There are a lot of votes left to count in Maryland, but with about 32 percent of precincts reporting, voters are are just barely showing their approval for an expansion of casino gambling.
Red and blue yard signs urging a “yes” vote on Question 7 line the curved road that leads to National Harbor, the potential home of resort casino a Nevada gambling company dreams of opening.
Voters lined up early across the state Tuesday to make their decisions at polling centers before heading to work, according to reports from state elections officials.
A day before Maryland voters will decide on expanded gambling -- oh, and the next president, a few seats in Congress and six other statewide ballot questions -- campaign spending by casino companies have not slowed their spending.
As an unprecedented stream of early voters finished having their say late last week, partisans on both sides of an equally unprecedented pool of state ballot initiatives struck out on last-gasp tours to stoke or stem support for Maryland’s quartet of controversial referenda.
More money has been spent to influence Maryland’s referendum on an expansion of casino gambling than was poured into the 2006 gubernatorial race, according to state elections records.