Ten-year-old Ferious Nieves was among 100 children of Nellis airmen who participated in the USA Basketball Hoops for Troops clinic at the base’s 3-month-old Warrior Fitness Center. “It was fun,” said Nieves, the son of Tech. Sgt. Jason Nieves. Legendary NBA coach Lenny Wilkens said the program “shows young people we have a lot of interest in them.”
Wayne Newton’s relationship with estranged business partner Steven Kennedy has deteriorated to the point where they need a judge’s ruling to decide where to store hay for the horses. But a more serious issue emerged Tuesday at a court hearing over a $1 million to CSD LLC, which owns and is redeveloping the Casa de Shenandoah ranch that has been Newton’s longtime home.
Aspiring Las Vegas stadium developer Chris Milam shouldn’t have to pay a $1.1 million fraud judgment because he didn’t understand the court proceedings that led to the decision against him, his lawyer told the Nevada Supreme Court in Carson City on Tuesday.
In the last week, two new projects have been unveiled for the block of Fremont Street between Las Vegas Boulevard and Sixth Street, an area that has been slowly filling with bars and lounges.
Tuesday was the hottest day of the year in Las Vegas, peaking at 114 degrees and tying the record for July 10 that was set most recently in 2003.