Las Vegas Sun
Officials at the Las Vegas Sun say a cyberattack crashed their website for several hours Tuesday morning.
A federal judge declined on Friday to stop Review Journal publisher Stephens Media from trying to untie the cord that binds it to the Las Vegas Sun.
The editor of The Las Vegas Sun fears his newspaper’s future is in jeopardy.
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The suit seeks an injunction to prevent a deal that would jeopardize a 50-year agreement with the Review Journal.
A man shot and fatally wounded a woman, then killed himself Friday at the Excalibur hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip, sending many patrons fleeing in fear.
Internet websites for the Las Vegas Sun and three related entities are back up and running after a weekend cyberattack overwhelmed servers and blocked access.
The London games may be over, but Britain’s Prince Harry isn’t letting Team USA get away with the swimming gold that easily.
A local woman is two-point-two million dollars richer, thanks to a penny slot machine at The Orleans.
Some drivers are ignoring Nevada’s new law that bans chatting and texting behind the wheel.