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Questions from a judge over Metro’s vice unit; the unions attacking a longtime union supporter in last week’s Clark County Commission race; and Elvis Presley’s drummer.
The final votes in the primary election will be tallied tonight, and KNPR News contributor John L. Smith wonders whether Chris Giunchigliani benefited from a late endorsement by Hillary Clinton.
As more and more people take Uber and Lyft for rides, what’s going on with the taxi industry? Can it withstand the 40 percent drop in rides? Will a new Taxicab Authority chief help or hurt?
Like the magic he’s known for, master illusionist David Copperfield made a troublesome civil case just disappear in District Judge Mark Denton’s courtroom this week.
Steve Wynn is out as casino owner. But is he all-in as art dealer?
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a federal law that barred gambling on football, basketball, baseball and other sports in most states, giving states the go-ahead to legalize betting on sport
The Vegas Golden Knights are now into the semi-finals of the NHL tournament.
There’s a little-known Native American tribe that exists in downtown Las Vegas on a handful of acres.
Rest assured, it’s about to become a lot more popular.
The Wynn Resorts board added three women--it had just one before.
Illusionist David Copperfield appears in district court this week and is scheduled to testify Tuesday in a civil trial.
The 2018 Masters at Augusta National golf course ended Sunday with Patrick Reed taking home his first major championship in dramatic fashion.
The recent passing of David Humm was significant not just for those who remember him in the late 1960s as a quarterback standout for Bishop Gorman High School.
President Donald Trump lifted his attention from the FBI and the Mueller probe last week long enough to disrupt the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate in Nevada.
The fallout from a January Wall Street Journal
John L. Smith says these are strange days at the Clark County Regional Justice Center.
Elaine Wynn owns 9 percent of Wynn Resorts. But she never had voting control over those stocks.
Shockwaves from Steve Wynn’s resignation as CEO of Wynn Resorts will likely be felt in his company, both in future plans and maybe on the casino floor.
The Philadelphia Eagles are the new champions of the National Football League following their exciting win over the favored New England Patriots in Sunday’s Super Bowl.
In 1995, John L.
(Editor's note: This story contains strong language that some might find offensive)
Nevada United States Senate powerhouse Harry Reid has been pretty quiet since retiring last year after three decades in office.
In a stinging rebuke against federal prosecutors, Judge Gloria Navarro yesterday dismissed with prejudice all charges against Cliven Bundy, his sons Ammon and Ryan, and Montana resident Ryan Payne.
Wednesday, Judge Gloria Navarro reconvened the trial of Cliven, Ammon and Ryan Bundy and their co-defendant Ryan Payne.
The prosecution in the Bundy Case continues to run into stumbling blocks, over the issue of discovery – evidence they’re not showing to the defense.
The trial of rancher Cliven Bundy is on hold until December 20, as judge Gloria Navarro looks at potentially valuable discovery evidence that could lead to a continuation of the case or a mist