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Strip Burlesque Dancer Dressing Room Video Lawsuit Goes ForwardA lawsuit alleging that owners of a Las Vegas Strip nightclub secretly filmed female burlesque dancers in their dressing room and distributed the images has passed a preliminary legal hurdle.
LVMPD: Suspicious Item at Stratosphere Not a Threat; Casino ReopensLas Vegas police say at least part of the Stratosphere casino is being evacuated as authorities investigate a suspicious package there.
Las Vegas Police Motorcycle Officer Hurt in Pre-Dawn CrashPolice say a motorcycle officer is hospitalized but is expected to recover, and a driver is jailed on suspicion of driving under the influence after a pre-dawn crash several miles west of the Las Vegas Strip.
A Dozen People Pepper Sprayed in Las Vegas Hotel LobbyOfficials say at least 12 people have received medical attention after someone discharged pepper spray during a confrontation in the lobby of a Las Vegas hotel.
Nevada Tribe Sets Vegas Strip Protest About Dakota PipelineA southern Nevada Indian tribe is organizing a Las Vegas Strip protest in solidarity with demonstrations in North Dakota against development of an oil pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation.
Lucky Dragon Hotel-Casino to Open in DecemberThe Chinese-themed casino just off the Las Vegas Strip announced it will have its grand opening in December.
One Hurt, 19 Displaced in Apartment Fire South of Vegas StripA fire official says one person was taken to a hospital and eight apartments were badly damaged in a fire that displaced 19 people overnight at a residential complex south of the Las Vegas Strip.
Street-Performer Brothers on Strip Accused of RobberyTwo brothers who pose for photos for money on the Strip are accused of robbing a tourist.
Nevada Casino Revenue Jumps 10 Percent in Strong July
Man Shot, Wounded on Las Vegas StripLas Vegas police are investigating after a man was shot in front of Planet Hollywood hotel-casino.
Warehouse Gutted in Spectacular Fire Near Vegas StripA fire official says it'll take time to determine what caused a spectacular fire that destroyed a large commercial warehouse overnight just west of the Las Vegas Strip.
Nevada Board May Revoke Scoundrels Pub's Gambling LicenseNevada regulators are considering the unusual step of revoking the gambling license of a Las Vegas bar that police identified as a magnet for crimes including gang-related shootings.

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