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.
A federal jury Tuesday convicted a Las Vegas woman of lying to Internal Revenue Service agents investigating her boss, high-rolling businessman Ramon DeSage.
A Legacy High School girls basketball coach was arrested Tuesday and faces charges of sexual misconduct with a player, according to Clark County School District police.
A Bible study leader arrested earlier this year on charges he had sex with children in his classes faces nine new felony charges, records show.
Conrad Barrios’ body was bound in several layers of material, a green computer cable wrapped around his neck. Then the 41-year-old man was stuffed into a bloody bag and left in the bedroom of his own apartment.
Former Bureau of Land Management head Bob Abbey’s consulting firm has been named as a defendant in the city of Henderson’s lawsuit over allegations of fraud by embattled developer Chris Milam.
A lawsuit filed Monday blames Brenda Stokes and the Bellagio in a razor blade attack that left blackjack dealer Joyce Rhone with a gash to the cheek so deep it revealed her teeth. The Bellagio is responsible for failing to ensure “that its property was reasonably safe and to protect and render aid to Plaintiff Rhone,” according to the lawsuit.
CARSON CITY — Assemblyman Steven Brooks will have to wait one year to buy a gun in Nevada from a licensed gun dealer because of information identified in a background check, the state Department of Public Safety said Monday.
Kenneth Cherry Sr. set aside his grief long enough to hold a Saturday news conference after the shooting death of his son, Kenny Cherry Jr., two days earlier on Las Vegas Boulevard.