After a two-hour standoff Thursday, Las Vegas police arrested a suspect in the apparent road rage shooting that left a mother of four dead. The case took a turn after it was revealed that the suspect and the mom knew each other. John Blackstone reports.
As Hillary Clinton spoke at a scrap recycling convention in Las Vegas, a woman in the audience threw a shoe at the former Secretary of State. The woman was taken into federal custody and will face criminal charges. Scott Pelley reports.
A Las Vegas college student took matters into her own hands after falling victim to a cash-for-diamond scam online. Eighteen-year-old Shelby Carlson was offered $7,500 for a diamond she had posted on Craigslist. When the PayPal message she received turned out to be a fake, she decided to track down those responsible. KFMB-TV’s Marcella Lee […]
Sheldon Adelson built a casino empire spanning from Las Vegas to China and became a singular force in domestic and international politics.
Tony Hsieh, the retired head of Las Vegas-based Zappos.com, died Friday, November 27. In this profile that originally aired on “Sunday Morning” June 6, 2010, correspondent Erin Moriarty talked with the then-36-year-old CEO whose online shoe retailer was thriving, thanks in part to a unique company culture and its revolutionary customer service. Hsieh also discussed […]
Economic fallout from COVID-19 was “a punch in the gut” to thousands of workers on and off the famous Vegas Strip.
This Sunday’s episode of CBSN Originals, “Reverb | Losing Las Vegas,” reveals the lingering impacts of the pandemic-related shutdown in a city many economists say will be one of the last to recover. CBSN Originals correspondent and executive producer Adam Yamaguchi joined CBSN’s Tanya Rivero to talk about what they found.