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Feds: Vegas doctor posed as dead patient to get drugs

A suspended Las Vegas physician has been charged with fraudulently obtaining controlled substances for his own addiction by posing for more than two years as one of his dead patients.

Federal operation cracks down on prostitution

Las Vegas police identified 16 victims of sex trafficking, eight of them minors, during operations for the “National Day of Johns Arrests” sting.

 
Ex-lawmaker Brooks ordered held on $50,000 bail

Former Democratic Assemblyman Steven Brooks was ordered held on $50,000 bail Thursday on a domestic battery case from last year.

Ruling upheld requiring LV Sands Corp. turn over documents

The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a lower court ruling requiring Las Vegas Sands Corp. turn over documents in the company’s ongoing legal dispute with Steve Jacobs, who served as head of the company’s Macau operations until he was let go in 2010.

Women accused of trying to smuggle phone to Strip shooter

Three women accused of trying to smuggle a cell phone into High Desert State Prison for accused Strip shooter Ammar Harris appeared in a Las Vegas courtroom Thursday.

Spiegelworld sues the Cosmopolitan

Producer Spiegelworld filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit Wednesday that accuses The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas of “sabotaging” the “Vegas Nocturne” show and shuttering its performances at the Strip resort.

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