Fewer visitors coming to Las Vegas because of rising fees and costs?
Here are your Sunday morning headlines.
Former NBA star and longtime WNBA coach Bill Laimbeer doesn’t like to bet against the house when he comes to Las Vegas.
By now, everybody in the rodeo world is well aware of Tim O’Connell’s prowess aboard any bucking horse he might draw, in competitions far and wide, and of course here in Las Vegas at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
Las Vegas police investigating a Monday morning homicide in the central valley say the victim’s Bible was found on the ground about 10 feet from his car.
The sports car driver who tried to run down a woman and her sister Friday afternoon outside a west valley middle school faces two charges of attempted murder and one charge of battery with a deadly weapon, according to Clark County Detention Center logs.
Although authorities never found enough evidence to charge Shane Schindler in the deaths of the two men, they caught him on camera attacking the decoy dummy with a hammer in February. Schindler was recently sentenced to eight to 20 years in prison for attempted murder for hammering the dummy.
I agree we should try to fix our problems and issues ourselves between neighbors and leave the nanny state out of it.