The district court is now set to evaluate The Associated Press’ anti-SLAPP motion to dismiss.
A judge on Tuesday threw out Sahara Las Vegas’ defamation lawsuit against a local blogger who reported on a rumor that the property would close last month.
A Las Vegas mail carrier is among a handful of people charged in an ongoing effort to crack down on fraudulent unemployment claims filed with Nevada’s employment agency.
Tourists interviewed on the Strip this week say they feel safe despite the recent spate of violence, noting increased police presence as a positive factor.
The listing follows the sale of more than $5 million worth of other properties. Adolfo Orozco faces involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with the downtown fire.
The alarm’s monitoring company could not reach the Alpine Motel’s emergency contact but notified the Las Vegas Fire Department, which did not respond to the property.
The former CEO of NS8, a Las Vegas-based cyberfraud prevention tech company, was arrested Thursday and is facing federal charges of falsifying bank statements to get money from investors.
Thousands of victims of the Oct. 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas and their family members are one step closer to receiving an $800 million settlement from MGM Resorts International.
The unrest on the Las Vegas Strip over Labor Day weekend could have long-term consequences.
Fights along Las Vegas’ tourist corridor over the weekend have caused some casino operators to increase both security measures and room rates.