Prestige Travel Inc. lost a U.S. Bankruptcy Court bid on Thursday to have certain funds applied to customer hotel stays in the future, potentially leading to an unhappy start to hundreds of vacations.
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The Nevada Supreme Court has ordered the National Football League to enter into settlement talks with a paralyzed strip club bouncer and his wife who together won about $13 million in connection with a 2007 shooting/melee at a Las Vegas strip club involving pro football cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones.
A Las Vegas jury Friday ordered NFL thug Adam (Pacman) Jones to pay $10.5 million to a former professional wrestler paralyzed by gunfire after a 2007 strip-bar brawl that was sparked by the-then Tennessee Titans cornerback.
NFL player Adam “Pacman” Jones owes more than $11 million for his role in the February 2007 Las Vegas strip club shooting that left two men wounded, one of whom was paralyzed, a Clark County jury ruled Friday.
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The Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection submitted three names on Wednesday to Gov. Brian Sandoval who will appoint one of those named to the 8th District judgeship vacated by Judge Jackie Glass.
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With the economic beatdown Las Vegas has taken the last few years, the opening of Tivoli Village on Thursday brought a sense of optimism among business owners, city officials and developers of the $700 million retail, dining and office center.