Duane “Keefe D” Davis made his first court appearance Wednesday morning in the killing of Tupac Shakur more than 27 years ago.
The gathering of global culinary stars features discussions, tastings and an event for local culinary students.
The bottled water company was sued after it was tied to multiple cases of liver failure and one woman’s death in November 2020.
Crews are expected to work throughout the day, and service might not be available until Wednesday evening.
Judge Arthur Engoron already has ruled that the former president committed fraud by inflating the values of prized assets including his Trump Tower penthouse.
The 15,000 square-foot gaming lounge has two distinctive spaces for slot machines and table games.
A mixed-use building is being proposed in the Arts District that would add more apartments, hotel rooms and commercial space to the area.
This week will see the final race surface paving taking place on Koval Lane between Rochelle Avenue and Westchester Drive.
Candidates with most campaign contributions have won 12 of the last 13 elections in Henderson.
Negotiations between the district and the Clark County Education Association have been ongoing since March.
Arroyo Vista Park will officially open this week with a special equestrian show.
The Golden Knights got strong performances from goaltenders Adin Hill and Logan Thompson in Tuesday’s preseason game against the San Jose Sharks at T-Mobile Arena.
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Sir Paul stopped by “Love” Saturday afternoon, hours before the 7 p.m. performance. Then he was off to Adele.
Bono visited Guardian Angel Cathedral on Sunday, established just off the Strip in 1964.
Four clips from recent interviews given by Duane ‘Keefe D’ Davis were provided to grand jurors who indicted the reputed gangster in Tupac Shakur’s killing.
District Judge Mark Denton said he was “not persuaded” to believe video of corrections officers has caused irreparable harm.