Talking to police moments after learning his 15-year-old daughter Alexus was fatally shot, William Postorino didn’t want to believe that a man he had considered a friend for more than 30 years could be the killer.
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Fifteen-year-old Alexus Postorino was shot and killed because of a dispute over $450, prosecutors suggested Monday through testimony in the death penalty trial of Norman Belcher.
Five defendants pleaded guilty to federal charges for their roles in a drug ring that shipped crystal methamphetamine and oxycodone from Las Vegas to Virginia.
Las Vegas Review-Journal lawyer Maggie McLetchie says she was pleased to learn that a gag order has been lifted in the civil case stemming from the 2015 death of attorney Susan Winters.
Nevada death row inmate Scott Dozier, convicted in two killings, recently told a judge that he wants to die, but state prison officials can’t find a way to execute him.
An elderly man who spent nearly three years in jail awaiting similar trials in separate states was put on a bus bound for Las Vegas Thursday night after a jury in Kingman, Ariz., acquitted him of sex offenses involving his young great granddaughters.
The survivor of a home invasion that left a teenage girl dead from gunshot wounds lifted up his shirt before a jury Friday, showing long jagged scars along his stomach from where he was shot.
Nevada’s chief federal judge has upheld a protective order that keeps key evidence under wraps in the Bunkerville standoff case involving the Bundy family.
Paul Roberts, 47, was sentenced Thursday to between 35 years and life in prison for sexually assaulting a young girl.
Mexican national has refused to reveal his true identity in two federal court cases.
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