As CEO of William Hill, Joe Asher is in the odds business.
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Inside the juvenile division of the Clark County Public Defender’s office, Nikki Krieger was known as a true believer with a gifted spirit.
Now the real fight begins.
The water just got deeper for embattled Japanese gaming titan Kazuo Okada.
Around Johnny Tocco’s Ringside Gym, there was always an odd job to do.
Every family has its challenges. Around the Franzese house, young Michael was reminded of them whenever he went out to play.
Sheldon Adelson’s prop comedy routine didn’t exactly leave everyone in stitches Thursday in District Judge Rob Bare’s packed courtroom.
We were a lovely audience, but he really had to go.
Some call it spring fever. Others know it as senioritis.
Mike Galam considers himself a hard-working guy, but it’s going to take more than elbow grease and a mop to clean up the reputation of the Crazy Horse Too.
It’s Friday and time for a street story straight from the Boulevard.
HAWTHORNE – Outside the Macedonia Baptist Church, Vicki Conklin wiped tears from her eyes as she tried to put the town’s heartache into words. “You could feel the overwhelming grief, the palpable grief,” she said Saturday a few days after seven...
No one ever went broke underestimating the good sense of government in Nevada.
You can tell you’re approaching this unabashedly patriotic place miles before you reach the edge of town.
Consider it the memoirist’s prerogative: He gets to recount his life’s events any way he wishes, and readers expect he’ll place himself in a sympathetic light.
When CNN’s Piers Morgan invited filmmaker and author Michael Moore this week to vent about the lack of action by Congress to ban assault weapons and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s name entered the conversation, it wasn’t as a kindred spirit or fellow soldier in the cause of gun control.
Boxer Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. awoke Tuesday morning as the poster boy for marijuana law reform in Nevada.
It’s that time of year, America. Time to dive head-first into the office pool and mark those parlay cards while spending countless hours sneaking peeks at your favorite college basketball teams during the NCAA Tournament.
The name might not sound familiar, but if you’ve traveled the length of U.S. Highway 95 you’ve driven right through Soda Springs Valley. Probably at a high rate of speed. Near its center is Luning and the junction of SR 361, to the south is Mina...
They contact me every few weeks. Their questions are always the same.
If asked, Las Vegas architect Windom Kimsey could reel off an impressive list of professional credits. He is the president and CEO of Tate Snyder Kimsey Architects.
My dear departed mother, God bless her, was raised a Catholic and converted to Judaism.
TONOPAH -- The refreshingly remodeled Mizpah is a non-smoking hotel set in the middle of the Silver State, which, as you know, takes its name from the cumulus cloud of cigarette exhalent created by a population of the nation’s most prolific puffers...
A Las Vegas pimp’s greatest challenge isn’t keeping out of jail, but keeping up appearances.
Gasping for air, whipped to a bloody pulp, Alicia Lee had a modest request of her pimp.