Joe Neal was so much a part of the fabric of the Nevada Legislature that it's hard to imagine he has been out of office 15 years.
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These days Stan Hunterton is known as a longtime Las Vegas attorney. Whether the case is civil or criminal, Hunterton is a legal veteran comfortable around any courthouse.
On the way to defaulting on its $2.2 million loan from a local charity, Med Lien Management brought in Lisa Esposito to help organize the office.
It's little solace for a local charity that lost $2.2 million in what civil court documents describe as a loan Ponzi scheme, but it appears things could have been much worse for Miracle Flights for Kids.
On the morning Dash Pass died, the line outside the Department of Motor Vehicles' Decatur Boulevard office began forming shortly after sunrise.
The Ruthe family trust lost approximately $7 million to Jeffrey Guinn's fraud, manipulation and conflicts of interest, a lawsuit alleges.
This week we learned the late Riviera’s famous “No Ifs, Ands, or Butts” statue of the Crazy Girls is on its way to Planet Hollywood. It’s bound to be popular. Tourists traveled the length of the Strip just to take a gander at the polished brass derrieres of the Riv’s popular dancers.
On the way to making its disastrous $2.2 million loan to a local medical lien company, Miracle Flights for Kids charity officials ran the deal past its board of directors.
Miracle Flights for Kids provides free medical air travel for sick and injured children, but now it looks like the nonprofit has been taken for a very costly ride.
Despite its undeniable notoriety, the Olympic Garden Gentlemen‘s Club topless cabaret on Las Vegas Boulevard South is for sale and has no shortage of suitors.
If you drive through Nevada and see only a tumbleweed wasteland, then this column is probably not for you.
Embattled casino king Steve Wynn is once again threatening a defamation suit, this time against Boston Mayor Martin Walsh.
They help some of Southern Nevada‘s most needy, but now it appears employees at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority might soon need some help of their own.
News that the Obama administration will put a woman on the $10 bill has everyone from academics to late-night comics offering their opinions on the subject.
The demons in the 1970s TV drama ‘The Night Stalker’ were nothing compared to the real ones encountered by Jeff Rice, the man who dreamed up the story of a real Vegas vampire serial killer and the wise-cracking reporter who nailed him.
In March 1919, just weeks before American women won the right to vote with the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Clara Crowell fired a shot for equality by taking on the duties of Sheriff of Lander County.
Years after his father died in a rodeo accident while trying to save a youngster on a runaway horse in Tonopah, former Sheriff Ralph Lamb met the boy his dad saved while serving in the Army in Korea.
While Nevada continues to pretend times haven’t changed, Macau appears determined to ban smoking in casinos. Is it a step forward, or an attempt to step on some controversial casino operators from Las Vegas?
Some folks will dwell on his flaws, others will wallow in his legend. Hero or horse thief, take your pick. I prefer to think about where Ralph Lamb came from, and how far he traveled in one remarkable lifetime.
Catch a ride with a Las Vegas cabdriver these days, and you might expect to hear a lament about the precarious future of the taxi racket now that Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing operators are entering the game.
The big tributes to the late B.B. King continue. The latest edition of Guitar World Magazine features longtime Las Vegan King on the cover and a feature that captures King’s generous spirit and singular talent while also chronicling his incredibly bleak childhood.
As Father Bob Stoekig began his hopeful and heart-felt homily on keeping the faith in the face of storm and tragedy, a thought occurred to me.
He hasn’t officially announced his candidacy for the North Las Vegas mayor’s chair, but Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins already is raising money and isn’t shy about cititicizing Mayor John Lee.
Casino baron Steve Wynn is no stranger to self-inflicted wounds. He just suffered another one in his ill-advised slander lawsuit against stock market short-seller James Chanos.
Whether chasing a story or hiking in the hills, Laura Myers was impossible to catch and something to behold. It’s how Laura lived her life, not how it ended, that made her special.
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