A Las Vegas man facing the death penalty in the slaying of a 75-year-old woman should not be allowed to cover his neo-Nazi tattoos with makeup when he goes to trial, a judge ruled Thursday.
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A Las Vegas Justice of the Peace threw out a murder charge after she lambasted a homicide detective for interviewing a defendant at the Clark County Detention Center without notifying his lawyer.
It’s unclear if Clark County commissioners will have the supermajority needed to raise the county’s sales tax to hire more Metro police officers, but they may begin discussing the move as soon as early November.
Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run that involved a pedestrian in the central valley on Sunday night.
The Miracle Mile Shops, the 200-store indoor mall embedded within the Planet Hollywood Resort on the Strip, has been sold to an investment partnership.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will square off during the third and final presidential debate at UNLV’s Thomas & Mack Center, setting off a series of road restrictions and security precautions that will severely affect traffic around the venue.
Ten individuals and organizations who gave generously of their time receive awards as part of Get Outdoors Nevada Day.
Amid the clapping, cheering, handshaking and flag-waving, some tears were shed Sunday afternoon at McCarran International Airport as 25 World War II and four Korean War veterans were given a warm welcome on their return home from a weekend trip to Washington, D.C.
The Metropolitan Police Department has arrested the mother of a child who is in critical condition after an accidental shooting in the northeast valley Sunday.
Hiking trails remained closed Sunday as the wildfire burning near Big Falls in Mount Charleston’s Kyle Canyon grew overnight Saturday from 25 acres to 27, U.S. Forest Service spokesman Ray Johnson said.