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Police investigate suspicious death at South Point

Las Vegas police are investigating a suspicious death at the South Point hotel and casino, according to a department spokesman.

Federal consumer agency sues Las Vegas collection firm, two online lenders

Delbert Services Corp., a Las Vegas-based collection agency, was one of three companies sued Monday for alleged deceptive and abusive loan practices, according to the complaint released by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Police to holiday shoppers: You better watch out

Black Friday came and went, but holiday shoppers are still out in force. So are the criminals looking to take advantage of them, according to Las Vegas police.

Coroner identifies victim in fatal Sunday shooting

The Clark County coroner’s office identified the North Las Vegas man who died in a Sunday morning shooting near Spring Mountain Road and Decatur Boulevard.

Body found in wash probable suicide victim, police say

A man found dead in a wash near Nellis Boulevard and Sahara Avenue Sunday evening appears to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Las Vegas police.

Former corrections officer pleads guilty in excessive force case

Stuard Barlow Johnson, a former corrections officer at the now-closed North Las Vegas Detention Center, pleaded guilty Monday to a federal misdemeanor charge in a five-year-old case of excessive force.

Supreme Court won’t hear Grand Canyon Skywalk dispute

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal of a dispute over the Grand Canyon Skywalk. Lawyers for the late Las Vegas businessman David Jin, who invested $30 million to build the bridge before he died, challenged the Hualapai tribe on several points.

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