U.S. Attorney’s Office in Las Vegas says Douglas Haig’s motion to move his trial to Northern Nevada may be a move to draw “pro-gun” jurors who “would be more favorable to him.”
A security guard accused of fatally shooting a man on a sidewalk outside a Las Vegas shopping center faced a judge in his murder case Tuesday.
The 14-year-old suspect in a gang-related shooting death last year made his initial court appearance Wednesday morning in Las Vegas Justice Court.
It took a monthslong legal fight and a Nevada Supreme Court order for Las Vegas police to start releasing records related to the mass shooting on the Strip.
A federal jury awarded a man $225,000 Wednesday in a civil case against three Metropolitan Police Department officers involved in a 2013 shooting.
An Arizona man who sold bullets to the Oct. 1 gunman was excused from his Las Vegas arraignment Monday, and his lawyer entered a not-guilty plea on his behalf.
Three passengers and an Uber driver were traveling northbound near U.S. Highway 95 and Rancho Drive when one of the passengers fired a shot out of the vehicle’s window.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is seeking legal fees from the attorney of an Oct. 1 victim’s widow in a case that centered on the victim’s autopsy report.
A man was caught with multiple weapons inside a Mandalay Bay hotel room nearly three years before the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip, a case that could have implications for civil litigation against the hotel.
A Las Vegas teenager who authorities say fired several rounds from a semiautomatic rifle at a Metropolitan Police Department officer while streaming the attack on Facebook Live has entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity.