What started the tension between a boastful pimp and an aspiring rapper at a posh Strip resort that culminated in three deaths on the iconic Strip last week remains unclear, but the multistate manhunt for the fugitive gunman ended Thursday with his arrest near Los Angeles, authorities said.
A Las Vegas entrepreneur who made a fortune in medical devices has donated a healthy sum to a local philanthropic foundation.
Lori Giessinger, the president of the Las Vegas City Employees Association, the city’s largest union, will retire from the city effective Monday, city officials confirmed.
A bill to extend by 15 years the life span of the Las Vegas redevelopment agency saw only limited opposition in a hearing Wednesday before the Assembly Government Affairs Committee.
Hundreds of family, friends and fellow taxi drivers turned out Wednesday to say goodbye to the cabby killed on the Strip last week in a fiery explosion — a tragedy that has morphed into a national manhunt for a shooting suspect whose gunfire caused all the chaos.
A Henderson law designed to discourage prostitution has led to shutdowns of seven massage parlors, city police said Wednesday.
The 65-year-old man who died after driving into a power box Monday near Interstate 215 and Lake Mead Boulevard was identified by the coroner’s office as Louis Polizzotti.
Las Vegas Constable John Bonaventura lied to a police officer during a traffic stop about drinking alcohol, according to a Nevada Highway Patrol dashboard video released Wednesday.
A 70-year-old man fell 20 feet into a ventilation shaft at the Tropicana resort Tuesday afternoon, the Clark County Fire Department said.
Ammar Harris, the suspect in three deaths on the Strip, bragged openly about his life as a pimp on social media websites, where he instructed his prostitutes and recruited new girls.