The Impact Nevada TV program for this weekend examines how Gov. Brian Sandoval is confronting a major setback in balancing the state budget (5:30 p.m., Ch. 8).
Neil Gilfillan shouted a drawn out “Yeah” after hearing Friday that Tow Guys — responsible for the mass towing of about 50 vehicles during the First Friday art walk — was cited for 324 counts of violating 18 towing regulations.
Pat Moore keeps his phone on him at all times. He’s waiting for a call that may never come, sending him on a 1,000-mile drive to tornado alley.
Prostitution rhetoric has been thick and plentiful in the Ward 3 City Council race in Las Vegas, and now one candidate is upping the stakes by accusing the city of turning a blind eye to “massage and escort services that are really fronts for the illegal sex trade business.”
An illegal immigrant already serving life in prison for killing a man with a pipe bomb explosion outside a Strip casino in 2007 has been convicted in Las Vegas of another bombing several months earlier.
Las Vegas firefighters and city negotiators cannot agree on new labor concessions that city officials say are needed to balance the city’s budget without further raiding a dwindling reserve account.
Police on Friday released photos of a man suspected of sexually assaulting an employee at a massage parlor last year.