Top Las Vegas news: Bettor who won $1.2M on Woods bet has criminal record; more

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Las Vegas bettor who won $1.2M on Woods bet has criminal record

The gambler who hit it big on Tiger Woods’ Masters victory has a lengthy criminal record in his home state of Wisconsin.

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North Las Vegas paves way for innovative housing development

The North Las Vegas City Council took an early step Wednesday toward bringing a large housing development to a vacant lot on the city’s northern edge.

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Las Vegas Sands 1Q report suggests $96M settlement in Macau case

A court settlement by Las Vegas Sands Corp. helped result in a first-quarter earnings decline.

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Las Vegas officials concerned about HOV lane regulations

Las Vegas city officials want to put the brakes on portions of proposed changes in the rules governing high occupancy vehicle lanes that are slated to take effect when Project Neon is completed next month. 

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Las Vegas man dies nearly month after fight sent him to hospital

Las Vegas homicide detectives are investigating after the death of a man on Tuesday, almost a month after he was found injured and lying in the parking lot of a central valley convenience store.

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