A woman and her son killed Friday in a south valley shooting in which the shooter turned the gun on himself were identified by the Clark County coroner's office on Sunday.
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The man who gunned down a woman, kidnapped and killed her son and turned the gun on himself Friday morning had been planning something, according to a neighbor.
A robber fired at an off-duty Metro cop who saw the crime as it was going down Friday night, according to Henderson police. The officer was not hit.
A man slayed a woman and her son and then killed himself Friday morning in the southeast valley, and Las Vegas police are trying to figure out a motive.
A Clark County judge is considering a request to hold the state of Nevada in contempt of court for failing to provide prompt treatment to mentally ill inmates.
Animal rights activists who pushed the bill to make animal cruelty a felony in Nevada welcomed the stiff sentence handed down on a Reno man who tortured and butchered dogs in a motel room, videotaping some of the abuse that observers called barbaric and shocking.
A former bailiff for an ousted Clark County District Court judge died at High Desert State Prison in Indian Springs on Wednesday, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp pleaded guilty Thursday to domestic violence in connection with a quarrel that began at M Resort.
A 20-year veteran of the Clark County School District police was arrested last month in connection with multiple charges — including DUI and battery — after causing a late-night collision that escalated into a fight.
Michelle Paet stood sobbing in a Las Vegas courtroom Thursday and admitted to orchestrating a plot that left her husband dying in his blood-soaked Air Force fatigues in front of their four children. Then she turned to her in-laws, seated in the back row.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday upheld major provisions of the state's medical malpractice law, overturning a judge who found that a $350,000 cap on non-economic damages was unconstitutional.
The Oklahoma attorney general on Thursday sought an indefinite stay of three upcoming executions including that of Richard Glossip, whose planned execution a day earlier was stopped at the last minute because of a mix-up with lethal injection drugs.
Georgia death row inmate Kelly Gissendaner was executed by lethal injection Wednesday, Sept. 30 for her involvement in the killing of her husband. Watch the video above and listen to Gissendaner's final words.
A suburban Chicago police officer whose shooting death has confounded investigators for weeks was killed with his own service weapon, authorities said Thursday.
Henderson police are asking the public to help identify a man they say robbed a bank Wednesday morning.
A Northern Nevada Correctional Center inmate serving up to 23 years for robbery and use of a deadly weapon has died, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
For nearly two years, a pair of Bellagio craps dealers and two friends stole more than $1 million off the tables, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Several east valley homes were evacuated Wednesday while Las Vegas police investigated a "suspicious item."
A Las Vegas doctor accused of videotaping himself having sex with patients was hit with a new indictment Wednesday as prosecutors identified four additional victims.
A federal jury convicted a former Strip dancer Wednesday of lying about her role in the massive scheme to take over and defraud Las Vegas-area homeowners associations.
A woman who is convinced that a distant relative killed her daughter 13 months ago said she is overwhelmed by the tragedy and community condemnation.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin stayed the execution of inmate Richard Glossip on Wednesday while the state reviews protocol questions, her office said.
A man found slain in a central valley park Monday has been identified by the Clark County coroner's office as 41-year-old Anthony Renard Prather.
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