After 10 years as general counsel for the Onieda Tribe of Indians in Green Bay, Wis., Jennifer Carleton couldn’t see herself performing the same duties on behalf of any other tribe. So Carleton moved West to Las Vegas in 2007, joining the gaming law department of Brownstein Hyatt Farber and Schreck.
Iymoni Burrell scored 11 points Friday to help Sierra Vista’s girls basketball team to a 34-24 win over Loara (Calif.) in the opening round of the Lady Rebel Holiday Classic in Anaheim, Calif.
Believe it or not, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers spent the past 3½ months trying to win football games. According to coach Lovie Smith, his team will be playing to win on the regular season’s final Sunday, too. And that could be a costly mistake, if the Buccaneers actually do win.
Basic’s boys basketball team has suffered some ugly losses in the early going this season, but coach Leonard Taylor still thinks his team can compete for a league title.
Ireland’s High Court ruled on Friday that a life support machine keeping a brain-dead woman alive could be switched off because her unborn fetus had no chance of survival, a decision likely to upset anti-abortion campaigners.
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One game can dramatically change the perception of a team, and it can do the same for a player. It has been a week of change for UNLV and forward Chris Wood.
Police in northwest Indiana are investigating the death of a 40-year-old man who the coroner says was apparently killed by a pit bull.
Clark County will pay its diversity director $150,486 to settle a federal wage discrimination lawsuit that the U.S. Department of Justice filed against the county.
On Jan. 5, the Las Vegas Business Press will debut a re-engineered weekly print edition.