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This is a town built on taking money from people, not giving it to them. But when the NFL comes calling, all bets may be off.
Raiders owner Mark Davis says he wants to move the team to Las Vegas and is willing to spend a half billion dollars as part of a deal for a new stadium in the city.
A federal magistrate judge in Las Vegas has set a Feb. 6 trial date for rancher Cliven Bundy and 18 other defendants in an armed confrontation with government officers two years ago.
A federal magistrate judge in Las Vegas says two sons of rancher Cliven Bundy who are accused of leading an armed confrontation with government officers in Nevada in April 2014 will remain in custody pending trial.
Las Vegas Sands is paying a $9 million fine to settle a regulatory investigation that painted an unflattering picture of the casino owner’s expansion into a gambling mecca in China.
Lady Gaga and Joe Biden are bringing their act to Las Vegas for an event raising awareness about sexual assault.
Casino mogul Steve Wynn’s ex-wife wants a Nevada court to give her control of more than $900 million worth of company stock that was restricted by a shareholders agreement five years ago.
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy wants to ask a federal judge Thursday to release him from jail pending trial on charges stemming from an armed standoff against federal agents two years ago.
An Elvis Presley exhibit that opened at a Las Vegas casino-hotel with great fanfare last year has abruptly closed amid a leasing dispute that involves hundreds of the King’s artifacts.
Singer Celine Dion is resuming her show, “Celine,” in Las Vegas a month following the death of her husband, Rene Angelil.
A New Jersey redevelopment agency approved an $11.9 million deal Tuesday to keep the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City for the next three years.
The father of the jailed leader of a group that occupied an Oregon federal wildlife refuge was charged Thursday with conspiracy, assault on a federal officer, obstruction, weapon and other charges stemming from his role at the center of a tense April 2014 armed standoff with federal officials near his ranch in Nevada.
The house ended up winning about $11.1 billion of all the money gambled in Nevada in 2015 – an increase of 1 percent from 2014 but still below Nevada’s peak year in 2007.
Utah took advantage of a disastrous start by BYU, scoring five first-quarter touchdowns on turnovers – including two interceptions by Tevin Carter – before holding on Saturday to beat the Cougars 35-28.
Brett Stegmaier birdied the final hole for a 3-under 68 and a one-stroke lead Saturday in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Las Vegas and Quebec City are moving closer in their bids to land a NHL franchise. A Bill Foley-led group and Montreal-based communications giant Quebecor are in the third and final stage of a process to potentially bring the world’s top hockey league to Las Vegas and Quebec City, respectively.
LAS VEGAS – The Spokane Shock broke open a tight game with a 16-point flurry late in the first half and went on to a 51-34 Arena Football League victory over the Las Vegas Outlaws on Saturday night at the Thomas & Mack Center. Spokane (7-11), which has won three of its last four, clinched the third seed and will visit No. 2 Arizona on Saturday in the first round of the National Conference playoffs. The Rattlers (14-4) won two of three meetings during the regular season.
Quarterback Arvell Nelson didn’t like the Spokane Shock players’ demeanor when they lined up against Cleveland last Saturday. “I felt like we came out with the mentality that we’re already in the playoffs,” he said. “Can’t do that.”
Warm-ups, the coin flip and the second quarter. What’s missing? For the Spokane Shock, the first quarter of the last five games.