- A Las Vegas limousine company owner has pleaded guilty to a federal racketeering charge in a case that prosecutors say involved a multimillion-dollar prostitution, drug trafficking and fraud scheme.
- A state assemblyman wants to do what no Nevada high school team has been able to do for six years - knock longtime Las Vegas high school football power Bishop Gorman out of the playoffs.
- Caesars Entertainment officials say the casino giant's debt-heavy operations arm will file bankruptcy in mid-January to reorganize its finances now that the company has the OK from some creditors for a financial fix to shed about $10 billion in debt.
- The nightlife mogul who opened the SLS Las Vegas hotel and casino on the Strip has won a gambling license from Nevada regulators after intense scrutiny into his past business dealings and drug use.
- Federal nuclear regulators say the U.S. Energy Department will need to acquire water rights and a land buffer before it can entomb the nation's radioactive waste beneath a long-studied volcanic ridge in the Nevada desert.
- The Cosmopolitan hotel and casino will have a new owner as state regulators cleared the way for Deutsche Bank AG to sell the Las Vegas Strip resort to a division of the Blackstone Group for $1.73 billion.
- It's now up to a federal judge to decide whether the FBI improperly entered suites at a Las Vegas Strip casino in an illegal gambling investigation involving a Malaysian businessman and his son.
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