Squatters Are Finding Ways To Turn On ServicesSquatters are finding ways to get electricity, gas, water and cable switched on inside vacant homes.
Marijuana Firms Shut Out From ServicesFederal law prevents banks and credit unions from setting up accounts for pot-based businesses.
Group Honors Journalists for Las Vegas Newspaper Sale StoryA team of journalists that broke the story that Nevada's largest newspaper had been purchased by the family of billionaire casino owner Sheldon Adelson is receiving a national ethics award from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Vegas Weekend EventsThe Eagles make a return appearance tomorrow night at the MGM Grand Garden.
Judge Orders 'Navigators' Backgrounds ReleasedTwo media groups say 'navigators' hired to enroll Nevadans on the state health exchange have criminal backgrounds.
Review-Journal Cuts Staff PositionsThe Las Vegas Review-Journal is eliminating its managing editor, city editor and sports editor positions in a reorganization that will leave two deputy editors overseeing the newsroom.
Carson City IHOP May Never Reopen
Sick Leave Abuse Probe Wraps Up
NLV City Council To Review Illegal Ballot
Doctor Loses License For Distributing DrugsA former Las Vegas-based physician who used his pain management clinic in northwest Arizona to illegally distribute prescription drugs is going to prison.
Heller Moving Closer To Senate Run
Casinos Hoping For Busy Spring Break