Longtime public schools official Priscilla Rocha will remain released on her own recognizance until her April 2015 trial on 50 felony counts related to $289,000 in alleged thefts from the Clark County School District, decided a district court judge Wednesday.
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After saying he found a black bag filled with cash, the man charged with robbing the Bellagio Friday night blew through $10,000 on a room at the Hard Rock resort, shopping at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace and four hookers for “socializing,” according to his arrest report.
A key defendant charged in the scheme to take over 11 homeowners associations was ordered released from federal custody Monday, as the trial in the high-profile criminal case approaches.
The wealthy Malaysian businessman authorities say led a World Cup betting scheme in Las Vegas and his son were released late Monday from the custody of federal immigration officials.
North Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Catherine Ramsey is suing city officials over their refusal to represent her in a 2011 lawsuit filed by an ex-employee.
A man died after an early morning shooting in the northwest valley, according to Las Vegas police.
A northeast valley street fight Sunday night led to a fatal shooting near Alexander Road and Lamb Boulevard, Las Vegas police said.
Facing trial in a Strip shooting that left three people dead and already serving prison time in a separate sexual assault case, Ammar Harris was recently moved to the state’s highest security penitentiary, prosecutors said Monday.
A 17-year-old girl has been found dead after a shooting at a movie theater in Bradenton, Florida. Witnesses say Teria’le Rawls was shot early Monday morning during a fight in the parking lot of the Royal Palm Theater, south of St. Petersburg in Manatee County.
Former Clark County schools official Priscilla Rocha and four co-defendants facing theft charges for taking $289,000 in public funds from the School District remain free despite a prosecutor’s assertion Monday that they are a “flight risk.”
Messy executions in Arizona and Ohio that made national headlines could buoy efforts by death penalty opponents to stave off capital punishment for some 80 Nevada inmates awaiting execution.
The colorful law enforcement career of Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura has drawn attention to the wider system of 11 constable offices in Clark County that traditionally keep low profiles, despite having police powers.
A suspect has been arrested on suspicion of robbing Bellagio at gunpoint of tens of thousands of dollars.
Phil Ivey and another big-name professional poker player posted $2.5 million in cash last week to bail out key defendants charged in an international illegal sports betting operation that FBI agents busted at Caesars Palace.
A heat-of-the-moment comment in the aftermath of the standoff at Cliven Bundy’s ranch has cost two Las Vegas SWAT officers their jobs on the elite unit.
A Las Vegas pastor’s idea to report to police suspicious businesses who decline to display a human trafficking hotline poster is being met with skepticism by business and civil liberties leaders.
A former real estate agent accused of breaking into homes he didn’t own and renting them out to unsuspecting tenants wants the Nevada Supreme Court to throw out the charges against him.
Local rapper Orlando Clemons was walking back to his car after a downtown show in March when he was stopped by a Metro officer who pushed him onto the hood of the patrol car. Clemons was arrested and charged with jaywalking and resisting arrest. The entire incident was caught on camera.
An altercation led to a man’s death in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning, police said.
An armed robber escaped with tens of thousand of dollars from the Bellagio on Friday night, and Las Vegas police have asked for the public’s help finding a person of interest in the crime.
The suspect of a deadly stabbing in 2012 has been extradited from a California prison to face murder charges in Nevada, according to the Clark County district attorney’s office.
Attorneys for convicted ex-power broker Harvey Whittemore asked the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday to stay a judge’s decision ordering him to surrender to federal prison authorities on Aug. 6.
A northwestern Arizona man has been convicted in the December 2012 death of another Lake Havasu City man who police say was also involved in the illegal drug trade.