Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum must pay a $1,000 fine to participate in the Nevada GOP presidential caucuses because he has yet to pay his $10,000 registration fee.
A former Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles clerk has pleaded guilty to a federal bribery charge for accepting thousands of dollars to provide driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants.
Las Vegas officials say city offices are going to be closed from the Friday before Christmas until the Tuesday after New Year’s, both as a cost-cutting measure and in recognition of a traditionally slow business period between the holidays.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Former Las Vegas mayor Oscar Goodman is looking for a handful of beautiful women to staff his new Beef, Booze and Broads steakhouse.
Occupy Las Vegas protesters waved signs and urged passing motorists to honk in support of a peaceful demonstration in front of the Las Vegas headquarters of Nevada’s main electric utility.
A retired IRS agent who once investigated fugitive Nevada brothel boss Joe Conforte has pleaded guilty to transporting a California woman across state lines to commit prostitution.
A major donor to President Barack Obama discussed with White House officials a solar energy company that received a half-billion federal loan and later went bankrupt, newly released emails show.
In the cavernous lobby of the MGM Grand hotel, they were hawking cologne Wednesday that had not only passed Manny Pacquiao’s smell test, but had his name on it.
For $50 you could get a small bottle of “Scent of a Champion,” though on this afternoon no one was lining up for Pacquiao’s latest commercial venture.
Will Power, injured in the 15-car accident that killed Dan Wheldon in the IndyCar season finale in Las Vegas, has received medical clearance to get back in a race car and will test the new ride next week.
Dr. Conrad Murray’s felony conviction for involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson could stop him from obtaining a medical license to practice again in Nevada.