CG Technology, the gambling subsidiary of Wall Street firm Cantor Fitzgerald LP, will pay the largest fine in Nevada history to settle an 18-count complaint that the company or its CEO should have known one of its top executives was accepting illegal bets.
Andrew Donner, the real estate developer responsible for most of Downtown Project’s property acquisitions, has been named CEO of the Life is Beautiful music-food-art festival, which took place in downtown Las Vegas in October.
Competent, terminally ill patients have a fundamental right under the New Mexico Constitution to seek a physician’s help in getting prescription medications if they want to end their lives on their own terms, a state district judge ruled Monday.
The Las Vegas nightclub scene boasts good times for patrons and big profits for management, but a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court threatens to disrupt the party for powerhouse local operator the Light Group.
A man accused of holding his former girlfriend against her will for six months inside a Mesquite motel was arrested Saturday night, Mesquite police said. Jason Greniger, 34, was booked into the Clark County Detention Center Sunday on one charge of kidnapping, according to police records.
Las Vegas police are seeking the public’s help in finding a suspect in a sexual assault that happened Dec. 27 about 2:30 p.m. at a gated apartment complex near West Sahara Avenue and South Durango Drive.
As critics take shots at coach Dave Rice, whose approval ratings are dropping following UNLV’s back-to-back home losses, he’s getting too familiar with the downside of a high-profile position.
Kiefer Sutherland will return as Jack Bauer in a 12-episode run of “24: Live Another Day,” debuting with a two-hour show May 5 on Fox.
An effort to retrieve a dropped cell phone ended in tragedy on Monday when a 26-year-old man died after falling into the icy Chicago River near downtown Chicago, and a 21-year-old woman who was with him was presumed dead after also going into the river, police said.
A traffic signal will be installed at the intersection of Blue Diamond and Cimarron roads, a dangerous spot brought to the public forefront when a 14-year-old girl was struck and killed by the pickup truck while walking there in November.