The U.S. House voted to block the Drug Enforcement Administration from raiding marijuana outlets and prosecuting users in states that have legalized marijuana for medicinal purposes.
A crash left a pedestrian hospitalized with life-threatening injuries Saturday night, according to Las Vegas police.
More than six months ago, Las Vegas defense lawyer Brian Bloomfield pleaded guilty in District Court to felony and gross misdemeanor charges in a sweeping courthouse counseling scheme.
The Golden Gate remained the only downtown Las Vegas casino facing a strike Sunday morning after four properties agreed to tentative five-year agreements with two unions Saturday.
The woman who died Friday night at Calico Basin has been identified by Clark County coroner’s office as 60-year-old Linda Brock of Las Vegas.
A Henderson man died after his SUV rolled over on the freeway early Saturday morning, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
Part of Tropicana Avenue and its Interstate 15 offramp were closed and access to the Excalibur was briefly halted because of a basement fire at the Strip resort Saturday morning.
A search for a fugitive wanted in a slaying and a police chase in Madison, Ill., ended in Las Vegas Thursday night, according to the U.S. marshals.
Henderson-based Firetrucks Unlimited has expanded to a larger facility to meet the growing demand for refurbished fire and ambulance vehicles, even though sales are yet to be local.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. is planning to appeal the dismissal of its federal lawsuit against the chairman of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission over the company’s departure from a proposed Boston-area casino development.