July 16, 2012 - 6:52 pm
Producer and songwriter Timbaland was spinning at the Rehab pool party (Hard Rock Hotel) on Sunday with wife Monique Mosley in the crowd. (Photo courtesy of Hew Burney/Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)
The search follows a 13-hour, top-to-bottom review of his Wilmington, Delaware, home on Jan. 20.
The investment was pitched as a nearly risk-free opportunity to earn annual returns of 50 percent. There was just one problem, the SEC charged in a civil complaint. None of it was real.
A suspect in a violent kidnapping in Oregon died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound Tuesday night after being taken into custody following a standoff with law enforcement, a police spokesman said.
Las Vegas police on Tuesday arrested and raided the home of a former “Dances With Wolves” actor turned alleged cult leader accused of sexually assaulting young Indigenous girls, according to police records obtained by The Associated Press.
California released a plan Tuesday detailing how Western states reliant on the Colorado River should save more water. It came a day after the six other states in the river basin made a competing proposal.
The U.S. will pay family members of a Ugandan human rights activist killed in an accident at Arches National Park more than $10 million in damages, a federal judge ruled Monday.
Assemblyman Max Carter II, a newly elected lawmaker from east Las Vegas, hopes to reform medical debt collection during his first term in office.
Assemblyman Reuben D’Silva, a new lawmaker from east Las Vegas, said increasing funding for K-12 and higher education is his top priority.