Las Vegas water agency seeks power to limit residential use
Nevada lawmakers are considering a significant shift in water use for Las Vegas, one of the driest major metropolitan areas in the U.S. The water agency managing the city's Colorado River water supply is seeking authority to limit what comes out of residents' taps.
Judge slaps $335K penalty on Ronaldo accuser's Vegas lawyer
A U.S. judge has slapped a Las Vegas lawyer with a $335,000 penalty for pressing a bid to force international soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo to pay millions of dollars more than a hush money settlement he paid to a Nevada woman who claimed Ronaldo raped her in Las Vegas in 2009.
U-Haul driver's NYC 'rampage' leaves 1 dead, 8 hurt
A man driving a U-Haul truck swerved onto sidewalks and plowed into cyclists and scooter riders in New York City on Monday, killing one person and injuring eight others before police were able to pin the careening vehicle against a building following a mileslong pursuit through Brooklyn.
Gas pipeline to Vegas resumes operating after shutdown
The operator of a pipeline facility in California that was forced to shut down deliveries of gasoline and diesel from the Los Angeles area east to areas including Las Vegas and Phoenix due to a leak says it resumed operations on Saturday afternoon.