Draining Las Vegas: Here is who's using the most water in valley

Top commercial and residential water users in Las Vegas metro area listed as Feds declare water shortage and continue predictions of lower levels at Lake Mead. source

Las Vegas bartender robbed at gunpoint sues former bosses for forcing him to repay stolen money

A Las Vegas bartender robbed at gunpoint tells 13 Investigates he actually got ripped off twice in a matter of hours: once by a gun, and then by a pen. The agreement his boss made him sign has now turned into a lawsuit. source

More and more 'junk fees' appearing in Las Vegas tourist industry

The Feds call them junk fees: Hidden or unexpected back-end fees that ding consumers for things like concert tickets, dining, hotels, credit cards, airlines and more. 13 Investigates exposes who’s charging you extra money when you may not even realize it, and what you can do to fight back. source