A class-action lawsuit on behalf of gig workers was filed Tuesday against the Nevada unemployment office and people overseeing the program.
“Sadly, it is all too common for fraudsters to take advantage of the public during times of great distress and hardship,” Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford said Monday.
Las Vegas police data shows that during the first week of enforcing Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order for all nonessential businesses to close, police received 353 reports.
Las Vegas police have issued seven suspensions and four citations since Friday, when Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered a mandatory shutdown of most nonessential businesses.
The agency’s chief financial officer and the former legal counsel were set to testify about the police investigation of Rossi Ralenkotter, their former boss.
At first a possible victim of a violent attack, Excalibur custodian Aviaon Lee, 28, became a suspect within hours of the initial call on Feb. 5.
SolarReserve, developer of the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Plant, last week sued the Department of Energy and Tonopah Solar Energy, the plant’s operator.
The Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Title Max broke state law by offering loans twice as long as state law allows, thus overcharging customers, but the company won’t have to pay damages because it didn’t willfully violate the law.
A 44-year-old man has pleaded guilty in the slaying of a Venetian executive during a company picnic at Sunset Park.
MGM Resorts International’s plans to build a community center on concert grounds targeted by a gunman nearly two years ago drew praise from some, but left others chagrined by a move to use the site for a temporary parking lot.