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Latest Las Vegas Items
O.J. Simpson's lawyers were given another week Friday to reformat and resubmit an appeal to the Nevada Supreme Court seeking a new trial in the kidnapping and armed robbery case of the former football star.
A Las Vegas 15-year-old made an initial court appearance as an adult Friday to face a felony murder charge that could get him life in prison in the shooting death of his 18-year-old brother while their mother looked on.
A Las Vegas teenager is facing a murder charge as an adult in the shooting death of his 18-year-old brother.
Las Vegas visitors will soon have the option of squeezing in a Cirque du Soleil show before grabbing dinner and checking out a nightclub.
Massachusetts' first license for a Las Vegas-style casino could be awarded as soon as mid-June, following four straight days of meetings by state gambling regulators in Boston and Springfield.
If there's a more perfect state animal for Nevada than the desert bighorn, we'd like to see it.
A judge set bail at $1 million on Thursday for a defiant Las Vegas mother of three who is accused of shooting her 11-year-old son in what she told police had been planned as a murder-suicide.
A 31-year-old Las Vegas mother of three accused of shooting her 11-year-old son told police she also planned to kill herself but her brother-in-law grabbed the rifle from her.
A federal jury in Las Vegas found a former National Football League player and two businessmen guilty of using a Nevada company they dubbed the National Audit Defense Network to promote a product called Tax Break 2000 to defraud the government of tax revenue.