A man convicted of killing three California teenagers in the 1980s has been sentenced to death.
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Before Tuesday, the last time I saw David Hollis, who played defensive back for UNLV in the 1984 California Bowl, was 1994. He still was known as “Hot Dog” Hollis then. He was playing defensive back for the short-lived Las Vegas Posse of the Canadian Football League, and the Posse were getting ready to play Doug Flutie and the Calgary Stampeders, and that seemed sort of important at the time.
Melvyn Sprowson’s history of alleged student sex abuse in Los Angeles was an open book for any prospective employer, but Clark County school officials chose not to read it, LA’s school chief said Wednesday.
Clark County has agreed to pay a dozen former cadets who found themselves unable to finish training after a law enforcement academy sponsored by the Las Vegas Township constable’s office suddenly stopped classes they were taking.
Federal agents served a search warrant Wednesday on several businesses located in the 5000 block of Oakey Boulevard where it intersects with Decatur Boulevard, an ICE spokeswoman said.
The security footage is sobering. Benjamin Frazier, angry over paying a $30 cover charge at Drai’s After Hours nightclub inside Bally’s on the Strip in October, is seen arguing with a security guard at the club inside Bally’s.
Henry Genaro Macias, 32, of Las Vegas was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of child pornography Tuesday.
Julie Goldberg, 85, wasn’t one of those hardened cops. He made everyone feel important. The World War II veteran, boxer and outdoors enthusiast died on Friday.
Earl Gross, an ailing former mortgage company president, was given a light federal prison sentence Wednesday in an $8.4 million bank fraud scheme.
A man who shot and killed his neighbor last year for slamming a door was indicted by a grand jury on two counts, murder and carrying a concealed firearm, prosecutors said Wednesday.