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Past articles by David:

Former Raiders coach Gruden sues NFL, commissioner

Former Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, who resigned last month after racist, misogynistic and anti-gay emails surfaced, is suing the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell. → Read More

Las Vegas investor embroiled in litigation as he shoots for NBA expansion

Jay Bloom says he expects to front $300 million to $500 million for a potential pro basketball franchise, but his Spanish Hills estate sits in bankruptcy. → Read More

Legal woes cast shadow on Las Vegas investor’s plan to fund NBA expansion

Las Vegas investor and purported billionaire Jay Bloom says he expects to front $300 million to $500 million, but his Spanish Hills estate sits in bankruptcy. → Read More

Jury convicts man in retrial of fatal 2007 Luxor bombing

A 45-year-old man was found guilty Friday in the 2007 fatal bombing atop the Luxor parking garage. → Read More

Man on death row for nearly 40 years ruled ineligible for execution

Samuel Howard, 73, sentenced in 1983 for fatally shooting a Las Vegas dentist while robbing him, should be granted a new penalty hearing, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled. → Read More

Arizona attorney general sues over federal vaccine mandate

Arizona’s attorney general has filed a federal lawsuit against President Joe Biden over a recent coronavirus vaccine mandate. → Read More

Man who served time in Bundy standoff sues federal officials for $100M

An Idaho man who served prison time for his role in the 2014 Bunkerville standoff before charges against him were thrown out has sued the federal government for $100 million. → Read More

Judge tosses murder charge against woman who hit boyfriend with car

A judge has dismissed a murder charge against a Las Vegas woman accused of driving over her boyfriend and killing him. → Read More

Man indicted in slaying of missing Henderson woman

Cheryl Beardall, 34, was last seen alive in July 2020, but her body has never been found. → Read More

Ammon Bundy ally indicted on federal weapons charges

A Las Vegas man linked to anti-government activist Ammon Bundy was indicted Wednesday on federal weapons charges. → Read More

Body of Las Vegas lawyer recovered from ocean off Maui beach

Longtime Las Vegas attorney Daniel Bunin died this week while swimming off the coast of Hawaii. He was 55. → Read More

Man convicted of murder for killing 2 women in Indian Country

A federal jury convicted a member of the Fort McDermitt Shoshone Paiute Tribe of two counts of murder Tuesday in the slaying of two women in Indian Country. → Read More

Man sentenced for helping son hide 22-year-old Las Vegas woman’s body

The father of a man wanted in connection with the slaying of Lesly Palacio was sentenced Friday to two years in prison for helping hide her body. → Read More

3rd man sentenced in Las Vegas teen’s 2009 killing

As the third man charged in her 16-year-old son Aric’s killing was sent to prison Thursday, Karen Brill-Kelley walked out of a Las Vegas courtroom with tears in her eyes, knowing her struggle would continue. → Read More

Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson to seek re-election

District Attorney Steve Wolfson announced Thursday that he will seek re-election in 2022. → Read More

Lawyers for death row inmate Zane Floyd reveal clemency request

Lawyers for Zane Floyd, convicted in a Las Vegas grocery store massacre, filed court papers Tuesday detailing for the first time a request to commute his death sentence. → Read More

Lawyers for Nevada death row inmate Zane Floyd ask for clemency

Lawyers for Zane Floyd, convicted in a Las Vegas grocery store massacre, filed a petition Tuesday asking the state’s pardons board to commute his death sentence. → Read More

Man indicted on murder charge in Las Vegas bar shooting

A 24-year-old man was indicted on a murder charge Friday in what prosecutors have described as an unprovoked, execution-style shooting inside a central Las Vegas tavern. → Read More

Mother charged with drowning children makes court appearance

At a brief hearing Wednesday, a Henderson judge set a preliminary hearing for a woman charged with drowning her two young children. → Read More

Judge to decide on dismissal of charges against Zaon Collins

A Las Vegas judge said Thursday that she would decide in a week whether to dismiss a DUI case against basketball standout Zaon Collins in connection with a deadly wreck. → Read More