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David Siegel, founder and CEO of Westgate Resorts, talks with media before being hoisted more than 200 feet to remove the LVH letters off his newly purchased property Tuesday, July 1, 2014, in Las Vegas.
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Editor's Note: While Robin Leach heads to Milan and Switzerland before his traditional summer vacation under the Tuscan sun in Italy - plus the lakes of northern Italy this year - many of our Strip personalities have again stepped forward in his absence to pen their own words of wisdom.
A prosecutor told a jury that it was a miracle no one was killed when a .44-caliber handgun went off during a backstage struggle between well-muscled members of the Thunder From Down Under male revue and a man on methamphetamine trying to make off with costumes and props in Las Vegas.
The city of Las Vegas is set to accept land use and licensing applications for medical marijuana establishments.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he's put an offer on a home in the upscale Henderson community of Anthem.
Drug store chain CVS is changing its policy because of one Las Vegas father's actions following the death of his son who couldn't afford an expensive prescription.
Drought in the southwestern U.S will deplete the vast Lake Mead on the Colorado River this week to levels not seen since Hoover Dam was completed and the reservoir was filled in the 1930s, federal water managers said Tuesday.
Anyway, this will be the second time Anderson has divorced Salomon, whom she married in 2007 and stayed with for two whole months before getting the marriage annulled.
Two former Las Vegas limousine company executives have pleaded guilty to federal racketeering conspiracy charges in a case that prosecutors say involved a multi-million dollar prostitution, drug trafficking and fraud scheme.
A new Brookings Institution study found that a relatively low percentage of advertised job openings in the Las Vegas metropolitan area job require science, technology, engineering or mathematics skills.
Pit bulls are caught in a world of perception. Many want them to boost a tough image.
With monsoon season in full swing, first responders are reminding the public about the risks that come with thunderstorms and flooding.
More many people, fireworks painting the sky a brilliant red, white and blue are a symbol of the bombs fired and lives lost while the United States fought for its independence.
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Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 09:16 am
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