Steven Jacobs, former president of Sands Macau, sued Sands China and Las Vegas Sands Corp. in 2010, shortly after he was fired.
The UFC’s most visible model, Arianny Celeste, told me she’s planning to catch the Floyd Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao fight this weekend.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday condemned the “criminals and thugs who tore up” the city of Baltimore on Monday night, after rioting and looting paralyzed the city and overwhelmed local officials.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love could miss the rest of the season, according to general manager David Griffin.
Bumble Bee Foods and two of its employees face felony criminal charges related to the 2012 death of an employee in a pressure cooker at a Los Angeles-area plant.
A man and woman were sentenced Tuesday for their roles in an attack on a 64-year-old school crossing guard.
The Supreme Court appeared sharply divided on Tuesday along ideological lines on whether the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage, but Justice Anthony Kennedy seemed open to legalizing gay marriage nationwide.
More than 4,600 people dead. Over 9,000 injured. Eight million affected across Nepal. One million children urgently in need of help. Those are the startling numbers that indicate the scale of the devastation from the huge earthquake that struck the Himalayan nation on Saturday.
Iran Revolutionary Guard patrol boats fired shots at a commercial cargo ship and then intercepted the vessel, the M/V Maersk Tigris, which was crossing the Strait of Hormuz Tuesday morning, according to a senior U.S. military official.
Tyson Foods is working to eliminate human antibiotics from its chickens over the next two years.
A site within the U.S. Naval Air Station in Fallon was one of five the Department of Energy is considering for its Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy lab. California, Utah, Idaho and Oregon also are competing.
UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones turned himself in to Albuquerque, N.M., police on Monday night after an arrest warrant was issued for leaving the scene of an accident involving death or personal injuries on Sunday morning. He posted bail and was released from custody just after 10 p.m. Monday.
She will begin her residency at The Colosseum beginning this weekend.
The ghost town of Goodsprings, about 30 miles south of Las Vegas, was once the center of the richest mining district in Clark County.
Observers who may have thought Allegiant Air’s record quarterly profits and a subsequent pay raise for pilots announced last week eased labor-management tensions at the Las Vegas-based airline were mistaken.
The Nevada Attorney General’s Office and state gaming regulators are pursuing the operator of an unlicensed online poker site in what’s believed to be first prosecution of its kind by the state.
More than 200 defense attorneys are threatening elected officials who support a bill that would allow for hearsay in Nevada courts.
The Las Vegas philanthropist and community leader on Monday said she’s considering running for Congress against U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev.
Former judge Steven Jones already been disbarred and sentenced to federal prison, and he resigned his seat after his conviction in a fraud scheme. But a state discipline board wants to make doubly sure he can never run for the bench again and is seeking a lifetime ban.
The North Las Vegas elementary school teacher arrested last week on multiple child molestation charges told police that “temptation” prompted him to inappropriately touch one of his students.
Texas Rangers top prospect, third member of Las Vegas’ youthful home run trio, returns to lineup following foot surgery in spring training.
The manner of death for the 7-month-old boy who died in November in a North Las Vegas home was ruled a homicide Monday by the Clark County coroner’s office. Seven-month-old Raymond Rodriguez Gonzalez died of blunt-force trauma to the abdomen and thorax. His father is charged with murder.
The Baltimore Orioles said they would postpone a Monday night game after consulting with police, on a day the city was torn by the worst rioting the United States has seen since last year’s unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
WBA welterweight champ Keith Thurman handicaps the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight. Floyd is “still be the best pound-for-pound fighter,” he says. “If Manny wants to win, its going to take a high work rate.”
Restaurant brands’ love affair with the Strip will continue in June when Las Vegas-based restaurant consulting agency, Epicurean Strategic Partners, opens the first Western U.S. location of Buffalo, N.Y.-based Anchor Bar, which invented the Buffalo-style chicken wing.
British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood took to the streets of London on Monday cradling a “fracked baby of the future” in her latest show of opposition to hydraulic fracturing.
Baltimore erupted in violence on Monday as hundreds of rioters looted stores, burned buildings and at least 15 police officers were injured following the funeral of a 25-year-old black man who died after suffering a spinal injury in police custody.
Every aspect of the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao mega-fight will be dissected this week, and that includes medical contingencies being anticipated by health care professionals.
The man who was hospitalized after a scooter crash Wednesday in the east valley died over the weekend at University Medical Center, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
The Los Angeles Angels completed their trade of outfielder Josh Hamilton to the Texas Rangers on Monday.
Las Vegas residents have become concerned over what seems like an increase of large moths around the valley this spring, especially at UNLV.
Netflix will be adding some notable (and questionable) titles to May, with 59 total items being added.
A man shot dead by North Las Vegas police in October had run away after being stopped for traffic violations, then pulled out a gun and shot an officer four times, a detective said Monday during a public hearing that revealed new details of the death.
The 63-year-old man who died in a Sunday morning in an east valley apartment complex has been identified.
Clark County Family Court Judge William Voy ordered the youth to serve 12 months formal probation. During that period she will receive in-home family counseling and will not be allowed to have contact with negative peers.
A white casket sat at the front of New Shiloh Baptist Church in West Baltimore as a gospel choir sang for a large crowd gathered to honor Freddie Gray.
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