An ex-construction firm executive and two lawyers are among 11 people indicted in Las Vegas in an ongoing federal probe of southern Nevada homeowner associations steering business to favored attorneys and businesses.
At the same time President Barack Obama was outlining plans to combat gun violence, some attendees at the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show in Las Vegas were attending a seminar about identifying people who shouldn't be buying weapons.
The head of a weapons industry group says law-abiding gun owners didn't cause a gunman to shoot 20 schoolchildren and six adults last month in his company's Connecticut hometown, and neither did the industry.
U.S. safety officials are requiring the federal agency that operates Hoover Dam to fix 58 health and safety violations found in recent inspections at the massive Colorado River water retention and hydroelectric power plant east of Las Vegas.
Mallory Hagan won the Las Vegas beauty pageant Saturday night after tap dancing to James Brown's "Get Up Off of That Thing" and answering a question about whether armed guards belong in grade schools by saying we should not fight violence with violence.
On Wednesday first term Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval will report to lawmakers and Nevadans on their return on investment from his policies and outline his priorities for the 2013 legislative session.