Jurors in the trial of a former deli worker who confessed to killing Etan Patz in 1979 began a ninth day of deliberations on Monday with a re-reading of testimony that implicated another, earlier suspect in the case of the missing 6-year-old boy.
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The No. 2 official at the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office resigned on Monday, days after release of a report in which subordinates said they felt pressured to support the training records of a reserve deputy who fatally shot a black suspect in early April.
Kelly Richards said her son will be blind for life if Nevada Department of Corrections officials continue to deny him the medical care he needs. Inmate Rashaad Williams, 24, sustained eye injuries from birdshot in a shotgun during a prison brawl he was not involved in.
The Nevada Attorney General’s Office and state gaming regulators are pursuing the operator of an unlicensed online poker site in what’s believed to be first prosecution of its kind by the state.
The man who was found dead in a home on the southern edge of Henderson Saturday morning has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Like Jesus driving the money changers out of the temple, the Rev. Courtney Edward Krier has managed to shoo the city of Las Vegas away from his downtown church’s doorstep.
A white casket sat at the front of New Shiloh Baptist Church in West Baltimore as a gospel choir sang for a large crowd gathered to honor Freddie Gray.
MGM’s Garden Arena will hold about 16,000 spectators for the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, but as many as 200,000 boxing fans are expected in Las Vegas over the weekend.
Colorado’s long-awaited cinema massacre trial will start on Monday with jurors asked to decide whether gunman James Holmes was insane when he killed a dozen moviegoers in 2012, or a calculating mass murderer who deserves execution.
Metro’s Fiscal Affairs Committee is scheduled to vote Monday on the purchase of a new, $3.1 million 530F model chopper from MD Helicopters to replace on that crashed on New Year’s Eve.
Fight traffic alert: People who want to get a sniff of fight night ambience are being warned that the MGM Grand is not the place to be Saturday unless you have a ticket to get inside the arena to watch Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather make history.
North Las Vegas’ Municipal Court is declaring its independence from City Hall after a monthslong battle between the two branches of government.
Alaska search and rescue teams are waiting for underwater sonar and cadaver dogs to resume the search for a Nevada man who went missing Monday night after his canoe flipped on a lake, a department of public safety spokeswoman said.
One man was hospitalized after being shot in North Las Vegas on Sunday night.
The death toll in Nepal from the devastating earthquake that struck two days ago has risen to 3,218, Nepalese Ministry of Home Affairs spokesman Laxmi Dhakal said Monday.
The Chilean volcano Calbuco was quieter on Sunday after unexpectedly erupting last week and puffing out plumes of gray ash, but authorities said it could erupt again and worries about the environmental impact grew.
An Alaska commuter airline routinely failed to inform pilots of shifting weather conditions and other hazards leading up to a 2013 crash in western Alaska that killed four people, the National Transportation Safety Board said on Friday.
Officers responded just before 6:30 a.m. to the crash in an apartment complex at 1950 N. Walnut Road, near East Lake Mead Boulevard, Metro wrote in a release Sunday afternoon.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s arguments on Tuesday over same-sex marriage will cap more than two decades of litigation and a transformation in public attitudes.
Officers responded just before 4 a.m. to East Owens Avenue, at North Linn Lane, where a 2008 Jonway scooter collided with a 1998 Jeep Cherokee, police wrote in a release Sunday afternoon.
Officers were called to the intersection about 4:30 p.m. where they found a 26-year-old North Las Vegas motorcyclist suffering from critical injuries, police said. He died soon after at University Medical Center.
As a funeral home opened its doors for Freddie Gray’s wake Sunday, a few store owners were clearing the mess from the destruction caused by a handful of protesters the night before.
The Las Vegas philanthropist and community leader on Monday said she’s considering running for Congress against U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev.
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