In a filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Thursday, Caesars Entertainment reported that a data breach led to the exposure of some driver’s license and social security numbers for its customers.
Robert Beadles, a wealthy ex-California businessman and right-wing activist who has embraced many Republicans’ disproven claims of election fraud, is vowing to continue his legal battle in state court.
Maui Police Chief John Pelletier repeatedly urges “patience, prayers and perseverance” as teams painstakingly search the ashes in the seaside community of Lahaina for the remains of scores of victims from the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than 100 years.
The Republican governor announced late Friday that the AAA Scholarship Foundation volunteered to use reserve funds to ensure that no students who qualify under state law lose access to scholarships this year.
In an August 9 hearing at the Regional Justice Center in downtown Las Vegas, former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III was sentenced to a minimum of three years and a maximum of ten years in prison after he agreed to plead guilty to a pair of charges following a fiery 2021 crash that killed a woman and her dog.
A Nevada judge on Wednesday ordered former NFL cornerback Damon Arnette to appear in person to resolve a felony gun case by pleading guilty to two misdemeanors stemming from an argument with Las Vegas Strip casino valets in January 2022.
An investigation into Tupac Shakur’s unsolved killing has been revived. It took nearly three decades, but a new twist came when authorities in Nevada served a search warrant this week in connection with the rap star’s shooting death, they confirmed Tuesday.
It has been nearly five months since an officer slammed a student to the ground near Durango High School and the Clark County School District is still refusing to provide police body camera footage and a police report to the public.
The troubled son of imprisoned Oklahoma City bombing co-conspirator Terry Nichols was sentenced Wednesday to prison in Nevada for kidnapping and armed robbery in a February 2020 attack on a man in the Las Vegas area.
The issue of reducing carbon emissions has been a hot topic for some time. There has already been an increase in electric cars on the roads, and with recent legislation passed in Carson City, there will be other changes.