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Former businessman Jeffrey Turino was sentenced Monday for his role in a massive pump-and-dump scam that authorities once said generated as much as $70 million in criminal proceeds.
The fire at the southeast valley park was first reported about 7 p.m., and as of 7:30 p.m., Clark County Fire Department officials said they were working to determine the cause.
National Football League owners voted Monday in Phoenix to approve the relocation of the Oakland Raiders to Southern Nevada, where a $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed stadium will be built for the team.
A man killed blocks from McCarran International Airport has been identified.
A Las Vegas man was killed in a Sunday traffic crash in northwest Arizona.
A large fire consumed an entire apartment building in the northwestern valley, leaving over 40 people displaced and causing $1 million in damages.
Two weeks ago Derek Bernath, who has obvious cognitive deficits, was playing a game of Marco Polo in a condominium pool with people he thought were his friends. As it turned out, they stole his phone.
The Metropolitan Police Committee on Fiscal Affairs approved a settlement of $199,000 Monday in an excessive force lawsuit stemming from a 2009 incident.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested in the death of a Shadow Ridge High School student gunned down near a library in February.
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