The former NBA star left hospital last night
Police are calling the incident a hate crime, local news says
'Poor guy just wants a taco,' the CCTV footage mocks
She was also charged with leaving the scene of a collision and child abuse or neglect
'My Vegas trips are three days of absolute carnage'
The veteran broadcaster’s latest documentary was an interesting look at Sin City’s sleazy side, but he could have got more from his subjects
'There are so many people in LA trying to get famous'
The Independent tested a new conversion machine with a range of foreign currency, pumping in coins like a last-chancer in Las Vegas
Creating a tablet that doubles up as a laptop has proved a challenge - with this first hands-on, David Phelan finds out if Nokia have cracked it...
In this week's Lonely Planet 'Great Escape', why not gamble on experiencing something different from the usual slot machines and blackjack tables in Nevada's fabled desert city?
Announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show will allow fans to avoid paying subscriptions to traditional cable and service providers
'PlayStation Now' will send data directly to smart televisions
Davey is ready to fight whenever the UFC tell him - and with an event in London in March - that could be sooner rather than later
Organisers in Liverpool called for 10,000 people to attend in a bid to beat their Las Vegas rivals
Vasyl Lomachenko, the Ukrainian featherweight regarded as one of the finest amateur boxers in history, eased to a fourth-round knock-out victory over Mexican Jose Ramirez on his professional debut.