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Malaysian official intervenes in illegal betting case

A top Malaysian government official has intervened in the high-profile federal case in Las Vegas stemming from the FBI raid on an international gambling operation at Caesars Palace.

Police: Woman wounded as love triangle takes violent turn

A woman who survived being shot in the head Saturday may have been ambushed for not taking the morning-after pill, according to arrest records obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Monday.

Documents: Feds declined to prosecute former Sen. Ensign out of deference, fear of high-profile loss

Newly released records suggest federal prosecutors had enough evidence to charge U.S. Sen. John Ensign of Nevada with lobbying or campaign finance violations, but backed off because of fear of losing in court and “undue deference to public officials,” according to a watchdog group that sued for access to the documents.

Police say Walgreens shooter was an ex-employee

The man who police say shot and killed a Walgreens employee during a robbery on Friday worked at the store in the past and knew the victim, according to a police report released Monday.

Five vehicle crash at Lake Mead and Rainbow

At least five vehicles were involved in a crash in the northwest valley Monday morning, Las Vegas police said.

One injured in garage fire

A person suffered minor burn injuries Monday afternoon following a garage fire in the southwest valley, the Clark County Fire officials said.

Justice Court opening attracts 18 lawyers

William Kephart’s election to the Clark County District Court bench created an opening in Las Vegas Justice Court, and 18 lawyers are now vying for the seat.

Henderson police investigate suspicious package

Henderson police were investigating a suspicious package near Eastgate Road and Auto Show Drive Monday afternoon.

Police: knife-wielding man had history of mental illness

A knife-wielding man shot by police earlier this month had twice been referred to mental health services after recent domestic violence disturbances, Las Vegas police said.

Work to change historic Nevada prison to museum is going slow

Rusty gates that used to clang shut behind inmates sentenced to serve time at what was one of the West’s oldest territorial prisons might one day swing open for visitors and history buffs at the Nevada State Prison.