Reality television star Tasha Brooke Malek wants everyone to know she’s a bad girl, but she’s not that bad.
While embattled developer Chris Milam was answering questions under oath Wednesday about his alleged land fraud in Henderson, another lawsuit that involved Milam began winding its way through the local court system.
A district judge earlier this week tossed charges against two title officers from California who faced more than 300 counts on allegations that they falsified documents.
A Henderson law designed to discourage prostitution has led to shutdowns of seven massage parlors, city police said Wednesday.
Las Vegas Constable John Bonaventura lied to a police officer during a traffic stop about drinking alcohol, according to a Nevada Highway Patrol dashboard video released Wednesday.
The general contractor came out $6.4 million ahead in the lengthy court battle over the final construction bill for what was formerly the PH Towers Westgate time share.
A federal jury convicted a Henderson man in a $7.5 million bank fraud scheme Wednesday following a six-day trial.
A 70-year-old man fell 20 feet into a ventilation shaft at the Tropicana resort Tuesday afternoon, the Clark County Fire Department said.
Ammar Harris, the suspect in three deaths on the Strip, bragged openly about his life as a pimp on social media websites, where he instructed his prostitutes and recruited new girls.
A federal jury Tuesday convicted a Las Vegas woman of lying to Internal Revenue Service agents investigating her boss, high-rolling businessman Ramon DeSage.