LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — A tribe is moving forward with its plan to own and operate the Palms hotel-casino in Las Vegas.
San Manuel talked about their vision for the property and made a case for why they should get a license before the Nevada Gaming Control Board Wednesday.
The tribe announced earlier this year that it was buying the property from Red Rock Resorts for $650 million.
For many is all comes down to the tribe's history of overcoming obstacles and obtaining success.
Once the gaming board makes its recommendation the licensing process will currently move to the Nevada Gaming Commission.
Currently, the Palms has been closed for more than 18 months.