At the end of a two-hour hearing in Las Vegas on Monday, U.S. District Judge Andrew Gordon. said he would issue a written ruling at a later date that could determine whether the authority is allowed to build its multibillion-dollar project across roughly 300 miles of federal land.
Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Deborah Lippis, who has served on the bench for 25 years, has decided not to seek re-election at the end of her term in 2018.
Gamblers Book Shop, also known as Gambler’s Book Club, was based for 30-plus years in a small building near the corner of Charleston Boulevard and Maryland Parkway, drawing such customers as casino owners, gamblers, federal agents and others.
A measure allowing adult emporiums to expand in downtown Las Vegas is aimed, in part, at cleaning up the neighborhood.
Here are your Monday afternoon headlines.
A man is in custody Monday afternoon after barricading himself in a vacant southwest Las Vegas Valley home.
A Las Vegas pediatric laboratory technician was sentenced Monday to two years in prison for stealing the identity of a patient’s parent and using it to apply for credit cards.
A man died Monday after apparently jumping from the third floor of the Fashion Show Mall on the Strip.
The Metropolitan Police Department on Monday released the name of an officer involved in a shooting in central Las Vegas.
Las Vegas police are investigating a 10-month-old boy’s apparent drowning in the central valley.