Nevada Gaming Control Board for the first time has punished a gaming licensee for also having an interest in a medical marijuana business.
With a new coach in Steve Kerr and a new roster of players, Golden State’s focus has been altered from trying to dominate to learning to facilitate and get comfortable with a new system and a new way of playing.
Like many young baseball players, Aaron Senne dreamed of fame and fortune when he signed his first contract as a Miami Marlins’ draft choice after a record-breaking college career at Missouri. Reality as a low-level minor leaguer was far different: vending machine dinners, bug-infested apartments and a paltry salary with an equivalent hourly wage less than what fast-food workers make.
Clark County firefighters will have body armor when they aid law enforcement officers in situations involving active shooters and mass casualties, fire officials said Thursday.
Las Vegas police’s missing persons unit is asking for the public’s help finding a man who was reported missing Thursday morning. Anthony Conway, 51, was last seen in the area of Oakey and Decatur boulevards.
Two pedestrians were struck by vehicles in separate incidents Thursday on Boulder Highway, and one of them died, Henderson police said.
Henderson police arrested three people who face charges in a Craigslist kidnapping and robbery on Tuesday.
Among the best states for business, the Silver State ranks No. 29 overall, a new analysis shows. In CNBC’s annual list of top states for business, released in June, Nevada jumped 18 spaces from No. 47 to No. 29.
Private tours are no longer the exclusive domain of wealthy travelers and high-end packages. Websites and social media have made it easy for travelers to book a personal guide.
NBA Summer League officials have a contingency plan to deal if banned Clippers owner Donald Sterling shows up in Las Vegas. “He is persona non grata,” said Warren LeGarie, the founder of the Vegas Summer League.
Tonya Rushin, the former manager of an endoscopy center associated with a hepatitis C outbreak pleaded guilty Thursday to a conspiracy charge.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has announced that he will return to the ring Sept. 13 at the MGM Grand Garden against Marcos Maidana in a rematch of their May 3 fight which Mayweather won by 12-round majority decision.
The board of the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange has named Bruce Gilbert to the agency’s top job. Gilbert will make $117,000 a year in the position.
Former Crazy Horse Too owner Rick Rizzolo pleaded not guilty Thursday in federal court to two felony charges of attempting to evade more than $2.5 million in employment and income taxes.
A Las Vegas man taking a truck for a test drive was shocked to find upon his return that his wheelchair had been stolen.
Aggressive and speeding drivers were warned Thursday about “high-visibility patrols” by Nevada law enforcement until July 28.
Libertarians at annual meeting in Las Vegas raise concerns about government spying, militarized police and IRS audits.
Rain is covering the Las Vegas Valley this morning, causing the National Weather Service to issue a flash flood watch. A flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. The watch is in place until 9 p.m.
Chinese hackers broke into the computer networks of the Office of Personnel Management earlier this year with the intention of accessing the files of federal employees who had applied for top-secret security clearances, according to The New York Times.
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” “The Grand Seduction” and “Third Person.”
Outlines of a possible compromise that would more quickly deport minors arriving from Central America emerged Thursday as part of President Barack Obama’s $3.7 billion emergency request to address the immigration crisis on the southern border.
An Indiana boy is the newest — and youngest — sheriff’s deputy in the United States after being officially sworn in on Wednesday.
A high-priced prostitute charged in the overdose death of a Google executive aboard a yacht in California had searched online for how to legally defend herself after giving a lethal dose of heroin, police in California said Thursday, as authorities in Georgia reopened another overdose case.
Now that we’re well into summer, we thought it might be time to give our younger audience some ideas from the best kid adventure movies of the past.
A New York man says he and two of his colleagues were kidnapped by an Uber driver in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday and taken on a high-speed chase to get away from a taxi enforcement officer.
Officials in Washington state are searching for the person who donated three human skulls to a thrift store in a Seattle suburb. The King County medical examiner said in a statement on Wednesday that two of the skulls were from adults and appeared to have been used in a medical clinic or for instruction.
Francisco Mata, 37, was sentenced Thursday to 37 years to life in prison for a gruesome attack on two men in Henderson that left one dead and another severely wounded. Mata was convicted in April of killing Pedro Ortega-Vivanco and Hector Ortega-Gonzalez.
Pat Riley made his pitch. And now, LeBron James wants time to think. The Miami Heat president met with the four-time NBA MVP on Wednesday afternoon in Las Vegas. James, his agent Rich Paul, Riley and Heat executive Andy Elisburg were at the meeting, sources told the Associated Press.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas Foundation can afford Hillary Clinton’s much-debated $225,000 fee to speak at its annual fundraising dinner, having sold out the Oct. 13 event’s best tables at $20,000-a-pop.
A gunman dressed as a delivery man forced his way into his sister-in-law’s suburban Houston home where he held her children at gunpoint until their parents arrived. Then he opened fire, killing four of the children and the two adults, law enforcement officials said Thursday.
You can’t burglarize your own home, according to a ruling from the Nevada Supreme Court in a Las Vegas murder case.
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