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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
Week two of the Bundy trial ended early last week, but not without some fireworks and a detailed reading of the Constitution by defendant Ryan Bundy as he was questioning a witness.
Four men accused of being the leaders of a criminal conspiracy that nearly erupted in violence in April 2014 are on trial in federal court.
The main event has finally arrived in the legal battle stemming from the April 12, 2014, standoff between angry supporters of Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy and federal officers trying to secure
Will Las Vegas ever be the same? Contributor John L. Smith weighs in.
A couple of CPAs have gotten themselves in trouble with a short-sale scheme that seemingly allowed one of them to get rid of his mortgage.
Controversial former Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio was in Las Vegas over the weekend to accept an award from a conservative political organization and kick off a series of speaking en
OJ Simpson is getting out of prison, but his memorabilia is back in, and it’s selling in Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Legends group is a collection of longtime locals who meet a couple times a year at the Omelet House on West Charleston Boulevard to talk about old times.
In less than a year, defendants have won in court against the federal government trying to convict them for their part in a 2014 standoff with federal agents at Bundy Ranch.
The retrial of four men accused acting as gunmen in an effort to intimidate federal law enforcement is in its fourth day of deliberations downtown at U.S. District Court.
The retrial of four defendants accused of acting as militia-backed gunmen for Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy during a tense 2014 standoff with federal law enforcement goes to the jury this week.