Three Canadians will be banned from federal lands for five years after pleading guilty to walking on a sensitive hot spring in Yellowstone National Park and other crimes at parks across the Western U.S., park officials said.
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Aria is suing a former executive, Mi Morse, and The Cosmopolitan, alleging Morse took Aria’s confidential information before leaving in late 2016 and is now using it to solicit Aria’s most well-heeled customers to gamble at The Cosmopolitan.
A judge ruled Thursday that Bishop Gorman Development Corp. must pay Tiberti Construction $28.7 million for work done on the high school’s campus more than six years ago.
A federal judge has reversed much of a magistrate’s order for tax records pertaining to the victims of an alleged $190 million Ponzi scheme.
A man who had been facing the death penalty for killing his girlfriend and engaging in an hours-long standoff with police pleaded guilty Wednesday as a jury was being selected for his trial.
Randy Crowell, who owns a Utah-based company, has pleaded guilty to fraudulently distributing more than $100 million worth of prescription drugs that came from the black market.
Three former prison employees involved in a deadly 2014 shooting at High Desert State Prison will receive private legal counsel, paid for by taxpayers, in pending civil lawsuits.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office faces two federal lawsuits from current and former deputies that allege a pattern of a hostile work environment with years of sexual harassment that was tolerated by superior officers who turned a blind eye to reported problems.
Jurors will hear evidence that a mixed martial arts fighter known as War Machine and his girlfriend had discussed a rape fantasy before she was beaten and sexually assaulted in 2014.
A prominent Las Vegas lawyer on Wednesday took on the case of Kirstin Lobato, a woman serving a lengthy prison sentence for a killing she claims she did not commit.