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Las Vegas Massacre civil suit heads toward mediation

LAS VEGAS — California attorney Catherine Lombardo (no relation to Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo) one of several attorneys representing victims of the Las Vegas Massacre posted last week the following statement on The Lombardo Law Firm website: “Stephen Paddock opened […]

Las Vegas Massacre civil suit heads toward mediation

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LAS VEGAS — California attorney Catherine Lombardo (no relation to Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo) one of several attorneys representing victims of the Las Vegas Massacre posted last week the following statement on The Lombardo Law Firm website: “Stephen Paddock opened […]

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Super Bowl Prequel: The controversy is over, it’s time to move on

With this being the off week between the conference championships and the Super Bowl, I thought I would use it to comment on a few things circulating the news

FBI concludes investigation into Las Vegas Massacre saying Stephen Paddock wanted ‘infamy’

LAS VEGAS — After a 16-month investigation into the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas Massacre, the FBI released a three-page summary report on their findings that says shooter Stephen

Actor Steve McQueen in a screenshot from the movie Bullitt.

Steve McQueen: ‘Preacher’ tells story of pivotal point in life of redeemed movie star

A pensive Steve McQueen in a screenshot from the movie Bullitt. Steve McQueen: The Salvation of an American Icon Greg Laurie (with Marshall Terrill) 2017 American Icon Press In the introduction to his

Ten days after the Las Vegas Massacre LVMPD’s Sheriff Joe Lombardo had a problem telling the truth

Ten days after the worst mass shooting in modern American history that left 58 dead and almost 500 others wounded by gunfire, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo held his

Super Bowl LIII is set and controversy leads the way

First Down: The NFC and AFC titles and a trip to the Super Bowl were on the line this past weekend. Unless you are the New England Patriots, this

House approves short-term spending bill to reopen government, syncs up with Senate

WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives Friday evening approved a short-term spending bill to reopen the government and end the 35-day-long partial shutdown. The measure passed by unanimous consent. The Senate approved the legislation

‘Disney on Ice: Worlds of Enchantment’ skates into Royal Farms Arena

Rhys Anderson probably knows the show “Disney on Ice: Worlds of Enchantment” better than anybody. “It’s all I’ve been doing for the past five years,” he said. “It’s been quite

Las Vegas Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson who exposed police corruption faces constant retaliation

LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas Township Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson, the first judge in the history of Las Vegas to publicly speak out and expose alleged corruption in the Las

Senate rejects competing spending bills to reopen government

WASHINGTON – The Senate Thursday afternoon rejected competing spending bills that if advanced would have paved the way toward ending the now-34-day-long partial government shutdown. Sixty votes were needed for each

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